Adam Gopnik lived out a certain Canadian fantasy. He left the country and became a prominent New York intellectual. He writes about the move south in his new book, At the Stranger’s Gate.
He talks about how New York has changed, whether it still has anything to offer dreamy exiles, and the bright side of Canada being run by a small pool of political elites. Jesse tries to keep up.
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