Conversations with James Salter (Literary Conversations by Jennifer Levasseur,Kevin Rabalais

By Jennifer Levasseur,Kevin Rabalais

James Salter (born James Horowitz in 1925) has been identified all through his profession as a �writer�s writer,� acclaimed through such literary greats as Susan Sontag, Richard Ford, John Banville, and Peter Matthiessen for his lyrical prose, his insightful and bold explorations of intercourse, and his examinations of the interior lives of girls and men.

Conversations with James Salter collects interviews released from 1972 to 2014 with the award-winning writer of The Hunters, A game and a Pastime, Light Years, and All That Is. accumulated listed here are his earliest interviews following acclaimed yet reasonably promoting novels, conversations protecting his paintings as a screenwriter and award-winning director, and interviews charting his explosive reputation after publishing All That Is, his first novel after a spot of thirty-four years. those conversations chart Salter�s development as a author, his love affair with France, his army prior as a fighter pilot, and his lyrical explorations of gender relations.

The assortment comprises interviews from Sweden, France, and Argentina showing for the 1st time in English. integrated besides are released conversations from the USA, Canada, and Australia, a few of that are considerably prolonged models, giving this assortment a world scope of Salter�s wide-ranging occupation and his position in global literature.

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