Philip Roth


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Noun1.Philip Roth - United States writer whose novels portray middle-class Jewish life (born in 1933)
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She tells us about the moment she learned her debut novel was a New York Times bestseller, why she writes from such a specificand Jewishplace, and why people are always asking her about Philip Roth.
James Atlas' heartfelt memoir of his vexed friendship with Philip Roth -- "Remembering Roth" -- is available exclusively in audiobook form.
THE Wire writer David Simon and Guardians Of The Galaxy director James Gunn have joined tributes to American author Philip Roth after his death at the age of 85.
TRIBUTES have been paid to American author Philip Roth after his death at the age of 85.
Pulitzer prize-winning Jewish author Philip Roth died Tuesday of congestive heart failure at the age of 85.
Author Philip Roth, who was both hailed and derided for laying bare the neuroses and obsessions that haunted the modern Jewish-American experience, died on Tuesday at the age of 85, his agent said.
One of the great American authors, Philip Roth, has died aged 85.
NEW YORK -- Philip Roth, a prize-winning novelist and fearless narrator of sex, death, assimilation and fate, has died.
For Philip Roth's When She was Good (1967) and "The Conversion of the Jews" (1958), ideas about liberty, tyranny, and intellectual autonomy are important, especially, as we shall see, as those concerns suggest the historical range of Roth's transformative imagination.
In 1959, the 26-year-old Philip Roth became famous for his Goodbye, Columbus, and the next year, achieved the American Book Award.
Philip Roth and World Literature: Transatlantic Perspectives and Uneasy Passages.
Their topics include whether the Book of Job is a tragedy, dramatic irony and double entendre, reading pain in the Book of Job, Herman Melville's Wall Street Job, Kafka's other Job, Joban transformations of the Wandering Jew in Joseph Roth's Hiob and Der Leviathan, Hebrew poems rewriting Job, and Joban themes in Philip Roth's Nemesis.