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Paris Review - Jorge Luis Borges, The Art of Fiction No. 39

Interviewed by Ronald Christ<p>Issue 40, Winter-Spring 1967<p>Jorge Luis Borges. Photographer unknown.<p>This interview was conducted in July 1966, in conversations I held with Borges at his office in the Biblioteca Nacional, of which he is the director. The room, recalling an older Buenos Aires, is not …

Rules for writing: block that metaphor!

Lord Foulkes of Cumnock, the former Labour Scotland minister, said the other day of Nigel Farage: "He is like a bull in a china shop and has just …

Paris Review - Alberto Moravia, The Art of Fiction No. 6

Interviewed by Anna Maria de Dominicis & Ben Johnson<p>Issue 6, Summer 1954<p>Alberto Moravia, 1954.<p>Via dell’Oca lies just off the Piazza del Popolo. A curiously shaped street, it opens out midway to form a largo, tapering at either end, in its brief, cobbled passage from the Lungotevere to a side of …

Paris Review - Vladimir Nabokov, The Art of Fiction No. 40

Interviewed by Herbert Gold<p>Issue 41, Summer-Fall 1967<p>Vladimir Nabokov in 1967.<p>Vladimir Nabokov lives with his wife Véra in the Montreux Palace Hotel in Montreux, Switzerland, a resort city on Lake Geneva which was a favorite of Russian aristocrats of the last century. They dwell in a connected …

Paris Review - Orhan Pamuk, The Art of Fiction No. 187

Interviewed by Ángel Gurrí­a-Quintana<p>Issue 175, Fall/Winter 2005<p>Pamuk in 1996.<p>Orhan Pamuk was born in 1952 in Istanbul, where he continues to live. His family had made a fortune in railroad construction during the early days of the Turkish Republic and Pamuk attended Robert College, where the …