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Writers At Work:The Paris Review Interviews. Third Series. Introduction by Alfred Kazin.
by [Author Interviews] .

Publisher Information:
Viking, New York:: 1967.

A Fine tight copy in a Very plus unclipped dust jacket with several chip missing from the spine and corners and edge wear. The Paris Review interviews have been unusually sensitive and adroit exercises in getting contemporary writers to rveal themselves. They have been the best examples of the biographical art of the profile. This third installment in the great Writers at Work series contains the most informative interviews with our most important writers: Celine, Bellow, E. Waugh, Mailer, Pinter, J. Jones, Cocteau, W.C. Williams, A. Miller, William Burroughs, Edward Albee, A. Ginsberg, Blaise Cendrars, L. Hellman.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 25521

Price: $85.00

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