□ WRITERS AT WORK The Paris Review Interviews: Third Series Edited by George Plimpton
Evelyn Waugh, Allen Ginsberg, Arthur Miller, Norman Mailer, and ten others are the subjects of what Alfred Kazin terms, in his introduction, "the biographical art of the profile."
"[The authors] respond not only with candor but also with gratitude for a medium so sympathetic and intelligent."-- Saturday Review
368 pages ISBN: 0-14-004542-2
□ WRITERS AT WORK The Paris Review Interviews: Fourth Series Edited by George Plimpton
Among the sixteen writers interviewed in this collection are Eudora Welty, W. H. Auden, John Steinbeck, Anne Sexton, and Vladimir Nabokov.
"Enchanting and instructive"-- Washington Post
460 pages ISBN: 0-14-004543-0
□ WRITERS AT WORK The Paris Review Interviews: Fifth Series Edited by George Plimpton
In these fifteen profiles, such masters as Joyce Carol Oates, John Cheever, Jerzy Kosinski and Archibald MacLeish, in the words of Van Wyck Brooks, "draw portraits of themselves."
"Richly informative and fascinating"-- Christian Science Monitor
388 pages ISBN: 0-14-005818-4
□ WRITERS AT WORK The Paris Review Interviews: Sixth Series Edited by George Plimpton
In this collection of twelve character studies, the Paris Review interviewers talk with, among others, Tennessee Williams, Bernard Malamud, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., Nadine Gordimer, and James Merrill.
"The very model of the modern literary interview... intimate and engaging" -- Time 414 pages ISBN: 0-14-007736-7