Marilynne Robinson

Marilynne Robinson is the author of the novels Lila, Home, Gilead (winner of the Pulitzer Prize), and Housekeeping, and the nonfiction books What Are We Doing Here?The Givenness of ThingsWhen I Was a Child I Read Books, Mother Country, The Death of Adam, and Absence of Mind. She lives in Iowa.


ARTICLES FEATURING MARILYNNE

Give Me Love

Scott Korb on Marilynne Robinson and learning to shrink the gap....


Profoundly American

Kevin Hart reviews Marilynne Robinson's recent collection of essays....


Marilynne Robinson and the Miraculous Privilege of Existence


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