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Maybe. I might have a liberal interpretation, but you be the judge.

You guys know I’m a big fan of the Art of Fiction Paris Review interviews. We’ve focused on a few in the past with EM Forster, Robert Penn Warren, Vladimir Nabokov, Evelyn Waugh, and Ralph Ellison.

The interview with Henry Green is really intriguing. In fact, I’ll probably make a couple of posts out of it.

I love what Green had to say about how developing technology affects the written word. Keep in mind, this interview was conducted in 1958, long before blogging and social media. Long before television sitcoms really blew up. Long before authors began to adapt their stories into all kinds of new media.

At the time, films and TV were the issue.

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