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The Paris Review No. 33, Winter-Spring 1965

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“Mr. William Randolph Hearst caused a little excitement by getting up in the middle of the first act and leaving with his party of ten. I vomited in the back aisle”: Lillian Hellman on the Art of Theater.

“Then and Now”: A symposium on the expatriate tradition.

Poems by Denise Levertov, George Oppen, Robert Creeley, and Galway Kinnell.

Table of Contents

Fiction

R. V. Cassill, And in My Heart

Jeremy Larner, Oh, the Wonder!

Interview

Lillian Hellman, The Art of Theater No. 1  Full Text

Poetry

Robert Creeley, Anger

Donald Davie, Pieta

Galway Kinnell, Two Poems

Denise Levertov, Three Poems

George Oppen, A Narrative

David Ray, Two Poems

Robert Sward, All For a Day

Feature

Avigdor Arikha, Interview with Avigdor Arikha

Janet Flanner, Then and Now: A Symposium on the Expatriate Tradition

Art

Avigdor Arikha, Drawings and Paintings

John Bergin, Illustrations

Jacques-Christian Freyburger, Contents Page, Illustrations