The Review

The Paris Review No. 126

“Had you turned me upside-down and shaken me, the floor would have looked like a military museum after an earthquake”: Mark Helprin on his warlike childhood, buying Grand Central Station, and what it’s like to be “a republican who writes belles lettres.”

Stories by Charles D’Ambrosio, Umberto Eco, and Kenneth Koch. Poems by Tony Sanders and Cynthia Zarin.

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