|Statement||edited by George J. Searles.|
|Series||Literary conversations series|
|Contributions||Searles, George J. 1944-|
|LC Classifications||PS3568.O855 Z465 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 291 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||291|
|ISBN 10||0878055576, 0878055584|
|LC Control Number||91048004|
The following conversation between the author and the B&N Review’s James Mustich took place in , just after the release of that novel, and was originally published on the B&N Review on October 1, Philip Roth’s just-published Exit Ghost has been announced as the final volume in his series of novels about Nathan Zuckerman. Conversations with Philip Roth - Philip Roth - Google Books. This collection of interviews reveals the intellectual and creative life of one of America's contemporary masters of fiction writing. In 5/5(1). In conversation with Taylor, Roth was confident enough to place himself in the company of Walt Whitman, William Faulkner and Saul Bellow. Author: Mark Athitakis. A conversation with Philip Roth. Philip Roth rarely gives interviews. He did, however, agree to answer some faxed questions about his work from Robert McCrum.
close overlay Buy Featured Book Title Here We Are Subtitle My Friendship With Philip Roth Author Benjamin Taylor. Your purchase helps support NPR programming. Philip Roth was a bestselling American author who wrote novels and short stories. A National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize winner, Roth died in +Biography Philip Roth was born in in Newark, New Jersey to Bess and Herman. Philip’s parents were . ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: xviii, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: The NBA WInner talks back / Martha McGregor --Philip Roth / Jerre Mangione --Will this finally be Philip Roth's year?/ Howard Junker --Portnoy's complaint by Philip Roth looms as a wild blue shocker and the American novel of the sixties. Hermione Lee has written an excellent biography, Philip Roth. Criticism. Conversations with Philip Roth (ed George J Searles) Useful links and work online. Work online .
Saxton, Martha () Philip Roth Talks about His Own Work Literary Guild June , n Also published in Philip Roth, George John Searles () Conversations with Philip Roth p. 78; Further reading and literary criticism. Balint, Benjamin, "Philip Roth's Counterlives," Books & Ideas, May 5, . Benjamin Taylor 's new memoir, Here We Are, temporarily eases the loss by giving us more of Roth's voice in conversation: brilliant, profane, and so very funny. Taylor was one of Roth's . Award-winning author Philip Roth has made a career of confronting the heartbreaking dissolution of relationships, the absurdity of sexual neuroses, and the downside of his own literary fame. Many of his readers believe that Roth has been merely writing his own story for nearly fifty years. Philip Roth’s Terrible Gift of Intimacy. During his last two decades, we spent thousands of hours in each other’s company. It was a little like a marriage; I couldn’t have done without it.