From Library Journal
-?Barbara Hoffert, "Library Journal"
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Already considered a classic among literary critics I don't need to add my accolades to it.Published 16 days ago by Barbara Clark
Not enough can be said about this book. Philip Roth at his best. Ronald NachumPublished 20 days ago by Maggie
I'm one-starring this just because of the Kindle edition issues (typos, etc.). It is a great book, in the abstract. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Benjamin Denckla
First of all, despite the Pulitzer and the anointment of American Pastoral as Roth’s masterpiece, I liked The Human Stain a lot better. Read morePublished 1 month ago by garrett phillips
Writing demonstrates brilliance, but is annoying at the same time. Ostentatious?Published 1 month ago by Calmer Now
This is the first book by Philip Roth that I've read - though I've only read it once. It poses questions regarding the extent to which we can know each other for the most part -... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joel Rogness