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The Paris Review No. 38, Summer 1966

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Arthur Miller on the Art of Theater.

“Besides being one of the great talents of this century, Malcolm Lowry was also a ferocious drunk, fallen and exiled heir to the back parlor of the Establishment, seastruck fumble-thumbed sailor, composer of hack foxtrots and banger of jazz ukeleles, remittance man, syphilophobe, masturbator, poet, myth-maker and Faust”: Conrad Knickerbocker on Malcolm Lowry.

A story by James Salter. Poems by Leroi Jones and John Montague.

Table of Contents

Fiction

Rosalyn Drexler, Dear

Jesse Hill Ford, The Highwayman

James Salter, Sundays  Full Text

Rudolph Wurlitzer, The Octopus

Interview

Arthur Miller, The Art of Theater No. 2  Full Text

Poetry

Michael Benedikt, Two Poems

Joseph Ceravolo, Stars of the Trees and Ponds

Dick Gallup, The Georgics

Michael Heller, Two Poems

Leroi Jones, Television

John Montague, Return

Nancy Ryan, Poem

Peter Schjeldahl, Gauge

Feature

Conrad Knickerbocker, Swinging The Paradise Street Blues: Malcolm Lowry in England

Art

Joe Brainard, The Power Plant Sestina

Roger Guy Charman, Contents Page

Stephanie Chrisman, Illustrations