The Walrus – December 2022 Issue:
Will John Irving’s The Last Chairlift Stand the Test of Time?
For decades, the celebrated author ruled the public’s imagination. But times change—how will he be read now?
Is There Such a Thing as a Universal Human Experience? Author Marie-Claire Blais Says Yes
In her new novel, Songs for Angel, Blais proves that the twenty-first-century heir to modernism is a francophone octogenarian living in Florida