The Paris Review Issue 225

The Paris Review No. 225, Summer 2018

A typeset transportation into the fantasy of Ursula K. Le Guin, a mysterious investigation from Cristina Rivera Garza, and a delectable essay by Kiese Laymon titled “World’s Finest Chocolate.”

  • Feel
    Piqued, inspirited
  • Aroma
    Ink, paper
  • Key ingredients
    László Krasznahorkai, Edie Fake, Wayétu Moore
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  • Image credit: A manuscript page from László Krasznahorkai's War and War (1999).

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Accompany with

Stimulate the senses as you read, with a selection including Blue Chamomile to soothe and nourish the skin, Damascan Rose Facial Treatment to impart doses of Vitamins A and E, and Olous Aromatique Room Spray to stir with a citrus scent.