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In The Allure of Nymphets I briefly wrote about Philip Roth's The Breast. In the novella Professor David Kepesh said, “I want twelve- and thirteen-year-old girls. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Cutting short of loud rumbling
I am not happy with "The Humbling"
I am afraid that Philip Roth
Went too far in this book's plot
(I'm so disturbed - that at this... Read more
I had recently read "The Dream Of A Ridiculous Man" by F. Dostoevsky. Both have a main character who is alone with a revolver contemplating suicide, but I found... Read more
This was the first Philip Roth book I've ever read. . . just took a chance to try a new-to-me author. Read morePublished 11 months ago by MeMe
Obviously Roth writes beautifully and describes human feelings very precisely, however he dwells on misery so long and in so much detail that it gets to be too much for me. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Marcela Adriasola
Every new novel from the pen of Philip Roth is more boring, stupid and underdeveloped, as the preceding one. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mr. Claggart
i received this book in good condition and very quickly. Praises to the seller. If your into downers this book is for you...Published 14 months ago by edward a zamora
Typical Roth with characters you love/hate, just like my relationship with the author! But, as usual, he is brilliant at luring the reader in with compelling, somewhat mysterious... Read morePublished 14 months ago by GiGi
You know, this book was totally unexpected. It was a relatively short read and surprising at almost every corner. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Anahera Gildea