Roth v. Roth v. Roth

Joseph O’Neill The Atlantic, April 2012 “Any idea that might occur to us about the author has already occurred to him, only more intelligently.” Nowadays, to attempt a critical investigation of the work of Philip Roth is to put oneself in the humiliating position of the flatfoot arriving at the scene of the crime only … Continue reading Roth v. Roth v. Roth