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The Paris Review, 184

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Spring 2008
edited by Philip Gourevitch
184 pages
Published 2008
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J. David Stevens' "Box" is one of the more intriguing short stories I've read in my life and Dave Lucas had a great poem in this issue. The rest fell a bit flat for me.
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Gourevitch was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to painter Jacqueline Gourevitch and philosophy professor Victor Gourevitch, a translator of Jean Jacques Rousseau. He and his brother Marc, a physician, spent most of their childhood in Middletown, Connecticut, where their father taught at Wesleyan University from 1967 to 1995. Gourevitch graduated from Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connec...more
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