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In general Philip Roth is a writer with a controversial reputation, - you like him or you don’t -, and that’s so even more for this book, - you can notice reading the reviews on... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marc L
Perversity abounds to the layman, but what lies in the writing of Philip Roth resides within each of us as well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by jonezy
One of Roth's finest. But you've got to like Roth. Very strong stew . Hilarious at times. Heartbreaking too. Read morePublished 4 months ago by George
Mickey Sabbath, one of Roth's best over-the-top narrators - need I say more?Published 5 months ago by scott stirton
Philip Roth's finest hour. An ingenious and engrossing black-comedy character-study masterpiece.Published 6 months ago by Sherif El Newehy
born in same city as Roth so the areas he speaks of in the book are very familiar and bring back many memories. His explicit sexual content is right on when he describes women. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Barbara Z. Lyons