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Hasta hace unas semanas no era posible, en la página web de The Paris Review acceder a las entrevistas de grandes escritores a menos que desembolsaras unos cuantos euros. Pero hace poco la revista permitió el acceso totalmente gratis a las más de 300 entrevistas. Esto es un respiro cuando hace poco la revista Atlantic Monthly cerró la consulta en línea de sus entrevistas, relatos, y archivos. Las entrevistas se irán lanzando poco a poco. Por lo pronto se encuentra lista toda la década de los 50´s.





"There is no other archive quite like The Paris Review interviews. The National Endowment for the Arts could not be more pleased or more proud than to make this resource available free to the American public."

—Dana Gioia, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts

posted by Mauricio Salvador @ 11:44 AM,

1 Comments:

At 11:48 AM, Anonymous Noi said...

Che sí la verdad es que eso de acapararse las entrevistas es bastante anodino, suena bastante a "avaricia".
Y bueno en parte es esa lógica un poco idiota de acaparar todo y no compartirlo con nadie. Pero bueno, esperemos que siga así gratarola (gratis).

 

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