Zuckerman Unbound - Philip Roth Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099477564 / Author: Philip Roth / Genre: Fiction / Zuckerman Unbound is a 1981 novel by the American author Philip Roth. Like much of Roth's fiction, this book confronts the tenuous relationship between an author and his artistic creations. It resumes the story of Roth's ... more
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The Human Stain - Philip RothA GREAT AMERICAN NOVEL (918 words)
by MagdaDH - written on 08/04/05, updated on 24/05/05 (Very useful, 1684 readings)
At the time of its publication few years ago, `Human Stain` was received to immense critical acclaim and hailed variously as the great American novel of its time as well as a masterpiece in its own right. It is, probably, both. I find Roth`s writing - the little that I know of it, anyway - often unappealing but impressively accomplished at the same time, and `Human Stain` is no exception. There were moments when the sheer scope, richness and depth of what is, in fact, not a huge novel at about 360 pages, had me gasping with admiration. For the Roth fans (but these would have read it years ago anyway), `Human Stain` is a Zuckerman novel, narrated by but not really ...
The Dying Animal - Philip RothSex and death - no rock and roll (834 words)
by demosthenes - written on 11/09/01, updated on 02/11/01 (Very useful, 195 readings)
take her hair in his hand, twist it into a knot and literally eff the ineffable ... her face. This scene, brilliantly paced by Roth, is the lynchpin of the novel, the scene in which we see the power shifting, in an act of such brutal power play, from Kepesh to Consuela, when she first allows him to do this to her, and then snaps her teeth at him, signalling the extent of her forbearance and the economy of exchange that he has pulled them both into. Disturbing and unsettling, this scene informs and enables the rest of the novel, which is the story of the madness for Consuela that grips Kepesh. Written as a long monologue from Kepesh, this novel is short but ...
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