Marilynne robinson

Discover the captivating world of Marilynne Robinson, a renowned author known for her thought-provoking novels and essays. Explore her literary achievements and delve into the themes that have made her a celebrated figure in contemporary literature.
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When I started the Sundays With Writers series, I had no idea how beautifully it would blossom and how happy it would make me. I decided to have one question that I would always end with when interviewing our authors. It was this… If you could tell anyone to read one book right now (other […] Pin It

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Marilynne Robinson Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 320 pages Reviewed by Sarah Kiewitz Young couples sometimes slip into cemeteries at night to have dramatic conversation, like an early scene in Marilynne Robinson’s “Jack,” but here the drama is adult, fraught. Jack, a middle-aged, self-proclaimed bum is mourning his toddler daughter, whom he abandoned and never met. She is buried in a modest cemetery in Gilead, Iowa, the home of his unconditionally loving family — family he hasn’t visited in 20…

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Writers from Philip Roth to Gillian Flynn and from Toni Morrison to Richard Ford have returned to their own work to annotate a selection of first editions. Take a look at the novel still closest to Anne Tyler’s heart and the pages which make Neil Gaiman the most proud as we round up the highlights from an auction in support of American PEN