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adam gopnik
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adam gopnik
US author who grew up in Quebec, Gopnik has been a staff writer for “The New Yorker” since 1986. In 1995 he moved to Paris, where he began the Paris Journal column for the magazine, and an adventure novel, The King in the window, published in 2005. Paris To the moon, an ample collection of his writings on the French capital, was published in 2000. Through the Children's Gate: A Home in New York, 2006, is instead an anthology of essays on New York life. In 2009, on the occasion of the bicentenary of their birth, he wrote Angels and Ages: A Short Book about Lincoln, Darwin and Modern Life. In 2011 he published The Table Comes First: Family, France, and the Meaning of Food, notes on the history of food and our relationship with it, and Winter, Five Windows on the Season, reflections on the cold months divided into five chapters and from the point of view of several cultures and countries. Fall 2017 will see the publication of his latest novel, At the Strangers’ Gate, Arrivals in New York. Gopnik has won the National Magazine Award for Essays and for Criticism three times, the George Polk Award for Magazine Reporting and the Canadian National Magazine Award Gold Medal for Arts Writing. Today he lives with his family in New York, where he has also been recently working on several projects for musicals as libretto author.
NEW YORK 2015
CAPRI 2017
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