Tag: W. G. Sebald
Living Hells: George Saunders, Octavia Butler, and the Quest for a Moral Fiction
George Saunders’ first novel, “Lincoln in the Bardo,” follows in the footsteps of “Kindred” and “Cloud Atlas” in attempting to create a new kind of hell for the secular world—and in the process, it shows how fiction can still make a difference in Donald Trump’s America.
“I Can Walk!”: What to Watch/Listen/Read/Do for Earth Day
Yeah, yeah, every day is Earth Day. But do you make time to watch “Dr. Strangelove” every day? Didn’t think so.