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the deliberately confusing narrative structure adds to the profound insights into human nature making this novel one of Roth's bestPublished 1 month ago by Macdonald, Robert S.
So many switcheroos and so aptly handled! "Wasn't everyone happier enraged? They were certainly more interesting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chester Vaughan Jr.
I really enjoyed this Zuckerman book. Very funny but also thought provoking. Just the right amount of humor. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D. Crowell
As a person who has written eight books (and numerous papers) on various themes in Continental philosophy, nothing in"The Counterlife" was at all surprising or even... Read morePublished 8 months ago by BDF
Or "If everyone must have a future, it's better off being multiple choice."
Of the many themes that often crop up whenever Roth comes out with a Nathan Zuckerman... Read more
wondreful as always , thought provoking insightful ,
Phillip Roth is just brilliant its a pity if this is his last book
Roth is an excellent descriptive writer, but this book doesn't satisfy. Seems to be a collection of vignettes rather than a cohesive story. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Goodbear