Tag: Gabriel Josipovici
On Ethical Immediacy
Gabriel Josipovici discusses the wordless sensation that prompts the act of writing.
The Wick Within the Flame
After recently re-reading Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead, Richard Crary found his appreciation of the novel undimmed a decade on from its first publication. “It is, in many ways, what used to be called ‘wisdom literature,’” he writes, “yet it is also a marvelous, and subtle, literary performance. And, it seems to me, a wholly appropriate literary response…