Was this alternate history lesson too much of a downer for viewers weighed down by the burdens of their own unexpected rendezvous with history?
This glimpse into the relationship of two American Jewish writers makes for good reading during the pandemic: an intelligent, gracefully written memoir of friendship.
Doctor, do you understand what I was up against? My wang was all I really had that I could call my own…
In the end, Philip Roth produced the greatest body of work in the 20th century since William Faulkner and Saul Bellow and I.B. Singer.
There’s something Shakespearian about the grasp of Philip Roth’s fiction.
Films like Indignation bypass body counts and superheroes in order to explore the mysteries and eccentricities of human behavior.