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“The more you leave out, the more you highlight what you leave in”: Henry Green on revision, changes in style, and the secrets of a writer’s writer’s writer.
“More drinkers should be dragged to the bottle than from it”: An essay by Niccolo Tucci.
Stories by V. S. Naipaul and Philip Roth. Poems by Philip Larkin and James Merrill.
V. S. Naipaul, My Aunt Gold Teeth Full Text
Philip Roth, Epstein Full Text
Evelyn Shefner, The Fourth-Floor Apartment
Henry Green, The Art of Fiction No. 22 Full Text
Richard Barnes, La Vie Littéraire en Province
David Galler, The Wrack
Allen Grossman, The Householder Awakes
Allen Grossman, Without Watchers We Are Not Safe
Philip Larkin, Referred Back
Oswald LeWinter, A Monsieur Lyonard, Peintre du Roi
Lawrence Lipton, Materia Poetica
James Merrill, Amsterdam
Perry Organ, Esprit de Corps
Robert Pack, The Appointment
David Perkins, A Lady Dying
Helen Pinkerton, Error Pursued
Helen Pinkerton, At Jackson, Montana
Alan Stephens, A Walk in the Void
John Woods, When Senses Fled
Niccolò Tucci, To Be and Not to Be