Interviews with V. S. Naipaul: A Select Bibliography

Compiled by Serafin Roldan-Santiago, Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville, FL; formerly at U of Puerto Rico

Baker, John F. "V. S. Naipaul: His Explorations, or Self and the World, Continue in His Latest "Novel"." Publishers Weekly 241.23 (1994).

Bates, David. "Portrait Gallery: V. S. Naipaul." Sunday Times Supplement .12-13 (1963).

Bingham, Nigel. "The Novelist V. S. Naipaul Talks to Nigel Bingham About His Childhood in Trinidad." The Listener 88 (1972): 306-07.

Brown, L. Carl. "Beyond Belief: Islamic Excursions Among the Converted Peoples: Book Review." Foreign Affairs 77.5 (1998): 162-63.

Bryden, Ronald. "The Novelist V. S. Naipaul Talks About His Work to Ronald Bryden." The Listener 89 (1973): 367-70.

Cowley, Jason. "The Long Road to Happiness." Times (1998): 17.

Cudjoe, Selvyn R. "Talking About Naipaul: Gordon Rohlehr Interviewed by Selwyn Cudjoe." Carib 2 (1981): 39-65.

Fraser, Fitzroy. "A Talk With Vidia Naipaul." Sunday Gleaner (Jamaica) (1960): 14, 19.

Gussow, Mel. "It Is out of This Violence I've Always Written." New York Times Book Review (1984): 45-46.

_____. "V. S. Naipaul in Search of Himself: A Conversation." New York Times Book Review (1994): 3, 29-30.

_____. "Writer Without Roots." New York Times Magazine (1976): 8-9.

Hamilton, Ian. "Without a Place: V. S. Naipaul Interviewed." Savacou: A Journal of the Caribbean Artists Movement 9-10 (1974): 120-26.

Hamish, Keith. "The Ridiculous Panic Behind Vidia Naipaul." Trinidad Guardian (1972): 9.

Hardwick, Elizabeth. "Meeting V. S. Naipaul." New York Times Book Review (1979): 1, 36.

Hussein, Aamer. "Delivering the Truth." Times Literary Supplement (1994): 3-4.

Hyman, Ronald. "V. S. Naipaul in Interview." Books and Bookmen 24 (1979): 23-26.

Jussawalla, Feroza F. ed. Conversations With V. S. Naipaul. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 1997. [anthology]

Kazin, Alfred. "V. S. Naipaul: Novelist As Thinker." New York Times Book Review (1977): 7, 20-22.

Levin, Bernard. "A Perpetual Voyager." The Listener 109 (1983): 16-17.

Mentus, Ulric. "Is There Something Called Black Art?" Caribbean Contact 3.11 (1976): 7, 17.

Mukherjee, Bharati, and Robert Boyers. "A Conversation With V. S. Naipaul." Salmagundi 54 (1981): 4-22.

Naipaul, V. S. "An Area of Brilliance." Observer (1971): 8.

_____. "Out of the Air: In Black Ink." The Listener 79 (1968): 666.

_____. "V. S. Naipaul Tells How Writing Changes a Writer." Tapia (1973): 11.

_____. "Vidia Talks of His Early Years in London." Sunday Express Trinidad (1979): 24-25.

Oberdeck, Stephen. "Angry Young Indian." Newsweek 65 (1965): 103-4.

Panti, Raoul. "Portrait of an Artist." Caribbean Contact 1 (1973): 15-19.

Rashid, Ahmed. "Death of the Novel." Observer (1996): 16.

Roach, Eric. "Fame a Short-Lived Cycle, Says Vidia." Trinidad Guardian (1972): 1-2.

Robinson, Andrew. "Andrew Robinson Meets V. S. Naipaul." Literary Review 148 (1990): 21-24.

_____. "Going Back for a Turn in the East." Sunday Times (1990): 8, 14.

Rowe-Evans, Adrian. "An Interview With V. S. Naipaul." Transitions 40 (1971): 56-62.

Shatz, Adam. "The Way We Live Now; Questions for V. S. Naipaul." The New York Times Magazine (2001): 19.

Sheppard, R. Z. "Wanderer of Endless Curiosity." Time (1989): 58-60.

Suplee, Curt. "Voyager With the Dark and Comic Vision." Washington Post (1981): C1, C17.

Tejpal, Tarun J. "V. S. Naipaul's Way in the World.": Random House Magazine (June 1998).

Von Barloewen, C. "Naipaul's World: Interview With C. Von Barloewen." World Press Review 32 (1985): 32-33.

Weatherby, W. J. "Naipaul's Prize." Sunday Times (1980): 32.

Wood, James. "The Mystic Martyr." Guardian (1994): 8.

Wyndham, Francis. "Writing Is Magic." Sunday Times (1968): 57.

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