“Immortal Beloveds,” The Weekly Standard.
Review of Dara Horn’s Eternal Life.
“Irregular Loves,” The Weekly Standard.
Review of Sally Rooney’s Conversation with Friends.
“Something More Than Clever,” The Hedgehog Review.
Review of Laura Kipnis’s Unwanted Advances.
“‘This Suffering Business’: The Lives of Robert Lowell & Elizabeth Bishop,” Commonweal.
Review of Megan Marshall’s Elizabeth Bishop: A Miracle for Breakfast and Kay Redfield Jamison’s Robert Lowell, Setting the River on Fire.
“What’s Love Got to Do with It?,” The Hedgehog Review.
Review of Rita Felski’s Limits of Critique and Mark Edmundson’s Self and Soul.
“You Are (Not) What You Wear,” Books and Culture.
Review of Betty Luther Hillman’s Dressing for the Culture Wars: Style and the Politics of Self-Presentation in the 1960s and 1970s.
“Preserved in Disunity,” Education and Culture.
Review of Deborah Nelson‘s Tough Enough.
“I Was Told There Would Be More,” Comment.
Review of Ben Sasse’s The Vanishing American Adult.
“The Boy Who Cried Woolf,” Washington Free Beacon.
Review of James Woods’s The Nearest Thing to Life.
“The Critical Fate of the Major Novel,” The Hedgehog Review.
Not quite a review of Purity.
“Go Get an Editor,” Washington Free Beacon.
Review-essay about Harper Lee.
“The Queen of American Gothic,” New Republic.
Review of a collection of Shirley Jackson books.
“A Bird in the Hand,” Washington Free Beacon.
Review of Helen Macdonald’s H is for Hawk.
“The Skeletons in England’s Closet,” Washington Free Beacon.
Review of Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant.