Review: Anthony Domestico on Marilynne Robinson

I’ll begin with a confession: I had to stop teaching Marilynne Robinson after my students didn’t love Gilead as much as I thought they should. How could they not appreciate that novel’s balance of stylistic grace and philosophical rigor? How could they not laugh at its gentle comedy: characters who piously baptize kittens; a tale involving a horse, a ho…

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