The prize-winning author of American Pastoral and Portnoy's Complaint dies at 85.[...]
Famous for "Goodbye, Columbus" and "Portnoy's Complaint," among many others[...]
Author Philip Roth, who was both hailed and derided for laying bare the neuroses and obsessions that haunted the modern Jewish-American experience, died on Tuesday at the age of 85, his agent said.[...]
Roth, whose 1998 "American Pastoral" won the Pulitzer Prize, won virtually every prize short of the Nobel[...]
The New Yorker reflects on the work of the seminal American novelist Philip Roth, who has died, at the age of eighty-five.[...]
Books such as “Portnoy’s Complaint” and “Goodbye, Columbus” established him as a premier chronicler of sex, desire and Jewish angst. He won the Pulitzer Prize for “American Pastoral.”[...]
Philip Roth was one of America’s preeminent 20th century novelists in a career that began in the 1950s and continued up until nearly the end of his life, resulting in more than 30 novels and short-story collections.[...]
American novelist Philip Roth has died at the age of 85. The news was first announced Tuesday night (May 22) by the New Yorker—to which Roth was a frequent contributor—citing close friends of the writer. Roth is perhaps best known for his depictions of Jewish American life, for example in the novel Portnoy's Complaint and his...[...]


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