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Paris Review names editor

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March 18, 2005|From Associated Press

The Paris Review has named Philip Gourevitch, a staff writer at the New Yorker, as its new editor.

He is only the third person to hold that position in the magazine's 52-year history but the second in two years, as the Review has struggled to move on since the 2003 death of its original leader, George Plimpton.

Gourevitch, 43, replaces Plimpton's original successor, Brigid Hughes, whose one-year contract was not renewed amid widely reported conflicts over the magazine's future.

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