Articles by Kenyon Gradert
Storyteller George Saunders has written his first novel. Lincoln in Bardo hits many of the old, familiar notes, but there is something new and unexpected as well.
John Kaag’s memoir of personal engagement with American philosophy demonstrates its ongoing vitality. Kenyon Gradert reviews.
Did Thomas Jefferson love his slave, the mother of his children Sally Hemings? A new novel asks the question factually and counterfactually, and Kenyon Gradert sums up the results.