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          免费人与曽交视频观看

          免费人与曽交视频观看

          By Jenny Odell

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          By Taylor Koekkoek
          Promiscuity Is a Virtue: An Interview with Garth Greenwell

          Promiscuity Is a Virtue: An Interview with Garth Greenwell

          By Ilya Kaminsky

          Poet Ilya Kaminsky talks to Garth Greenwell about sex, “between-ness,” and moments of profound happiness.

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          Poetry Rx

          Poetry Rx

          By Sarah Kay, Kaveh Akbar, and Claire Schwartz

          In our column Poetry Rx, readers write in with a specific emotion, and our resident poets take turns prescribing the perfect poems to match. This week, Kaveh Akbar is on the line.

          Poetry Rx
          We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Die

          We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Die

          By Jessi?Jezewska Stevens

          On the fortieth?anniversary of Marilynne Robinson’s ‘Housekeeping,’ an unbeliever’s rereading of Christian conceptions of the afterlife

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          Feminize Your Canon

          Feminize Your Canon

          By The Paris Review

          Our monthly column Feminize Your Canon explores the lives of underrated and underread female authors.

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          The Art of Poetry No. 103

          The Art of Poetry No. 103

          By Carl Phillips

          Phillips in Provincetown, Massachusetts, in 2018. Photo courtesy of Reston Allen.Since the publication of his first book, In the Blood (1992), Carl Phillips has generated a body of poetry that is singular for its demanding intimacy, its descriptions of the dissonant energies within a self, and its beauty. Phillips has now published thirteen books of poems, which have situated him among the most influential of contemporary American poets. Phillips’s poems wrestle with themes that seem especiall…

          Interviews

          From the Archive, Issue 228

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          Staff Picks: Sex and South Korea

          Staff Picks: Sex and South Korea

          By The Paris Review

          This week, the staff of ‘The Paris Review’ reads disquieting stories, watches a comedy special, and praises, once again, Garth Greenwell.

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          Eat Your Words

          Eat Your Words

          By Valerie Stivers

          Cooking up recipes drawn from the works of various writers.

          Eat Your Words
          The Paris Review Podcast Season 2

          The Paris Review Podcast Season 2

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          Toni Morrison, Philip Roth, Jason Alexander, Charlotte Rampling, Danez Smith, Sarah Manguso, Salman Rushdie, Molly Ringwald, Jenny Slate, Devendra Banhart, and more

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          Fairy Tale

          Fairy Tale

          By Alexandra Kleeman

          I was sitting at a long table with a lot of nice things on it. There was a large pitcher of ­water with an ornate handle that looked like it was made of real silver, and there were forks and spoons. There were apples and small, round appetizers, and a big dead cooked goose. There were so many things that the table underneath was eclipsed entirely; the visible objects obscured even more food, more tableware beneath.My mother and father were sitting next to each other on the long side of the tab…

          Fiction

          From the Archive, Issue 195

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