Articles By Emily Suzanne Lever

Election Day Primary category in which blog post is published

L’aigle

Growing up in America, my consumer options were paralyzingly, pointlessly broad, but as a (future) voter I was always starved for choice.

The Simple Story of a Crime

But did I just think that was reasonable because the police said so?

Drinks Primary category in which blog post is published

Calvados

I wanted the tradition and the hard-won knowledge that came with being an old Norman who poured calva in his coffee, who could walk confidently through any stretch of forest and tell you what all the trees and shrubs were

Macron’s Memewear

Laundering Wealth

Tour of Babel Primary category in which blog post is published

Une Fronde

The idea that a nation is congenitally disposed to rebellion or freedom can easily provide cover for servility and subjugation.