It was a time of backward-seeming notions, when almost everyone still accepted the biblical account of creation as the literal truth and authoritarianism as the most natural and viable social order. But by the time both men died, the world had changed: And with these signal insights much else had changed besides.
He received his BA.
A Home In New York collected and expanded his essays from the previous five years about life in New York and about raising two children in the shadow of many kinds of sadness. InGopnik completed Angels And Ages: In, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation asked Gopnik to deliver the fiftieth anniversary Massey Lectures, broadcast every year throughout Canada.
His Massey Lectures, called Winter: Five Windows on the Season, were published that same fall -- as was his collection of essays on cooking and eating, The Table Comes First: Family, France, and the Meaning of Food.
In addition to his work as a writer, Adam has been an active lecturer. He has given lectures and readings in almost every major American city, and some smaller ones, too, from Jackson, Mississippi to Seattle, Washington. In the past five years, Gopnik has engaged in many musical projects, working both as a lyricist and libretto writer.
Future projects include a new musical with Scott Frankel. Two months later, he received an honoris causa from McGill University.Adam Gopnik, a staff writer, Science & Tech.
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