Roth's sex-positive sexism is one of the ways he truly portrayed the American soul.
The Morning Email: The author, winner of most major book awards, died in New York from congestive heart failure.
"A massive fraud, the evil sum of his deficiencies, devoid of everything but the hollow ideology of a megalomaniac."
"What else is there to say? As a kid, he taught me if was okay to be weird."
In his 60s, Roth produced several exceptional novels, including “American Pastoral,” “The Human Stain” and “I Married a Communist.”
Where is Philip Roth, now that we need him? How, pray tell, do we escape American fascism this time, now that this is no fantasy?
Bespectacled and bowtied, James Schamus introduced his movie, Indignation, his directorial debut from Philip Roth's novel
The new movie, based on Philip Roth's novel, opens July 29.
You're hosting a dinner party and can invite any five guests, living or dead, real or fictional, from any walk of life. Who
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John Colapinto Won a National Magazine Award, Writes for the New Yorker and His Last Novel Was a Hit. So Why Can't You Buy His New Book?
John Colapinto's latest novel, "Undone," was recently published in Canada and Japan -- but it was rejected by 41 publishers in this country and a similar number in the United Kingdom and Europe.
Happy birthday, Al Pacino! The titan of American cinema, who's also a father of three, turns 75 on Saturday, April 25. Over