Unfashionable Genius

November 6, 2014 | 1 book mentioned

“There is a unity to all of Robinson’s work, and this is part of what makes her so great. Her writing expresses a consistent and compelling vision of the world—a vision that sees the real as revelatory, the everyday as wondrous, Spokane as leading to Galilee.” Anthony Domestico profiles Marilynne Robinson and her new novel Lila, which we’ve mentioned here and here and here, for Commonweal.

is a staff writer for The Millions. She lives in New York and every so often writes things at kaulielewis.wordpress.com.

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