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Five Important Philip Roth's Books

Felipe Munhoz | Posted 04.01.2014 | Books
Felipe Munhoz

Some of the Philip Roth's novels had more importance in my narrative -- and in my life -- than others. I'll try to list five of them. And I will not affirm that they are the best ones written by Mr. Roth, who wrote several masterpieces.

Reunion With Soul: Launching Love Through Your GPS

Dr. Cara Barker | Posted 06.25.2012 | Healthy Living
Dr. Cara Barker

Never, ever forget or doubt the difference your GPS makes when you rise above self-doubt or indifference, reclaiming the moment for what needs a voice in your heart.

The "Common Man" -- R.I.P.

Michael Brenner | Posted 06.04.2012 | Politics
Michael Brenner

America's Common Man exists no more -- gone and forgotten. Once he was lauded as the salt of the earth. Now we are offered the "hard working middle class people who pay their taxes, obey the law and worry about their children's future." The linguistic dross of the hackneyed stump speech.

Easy Reader: Philip Roth's Nemesis an Instant Classic

David Finkle | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
David Finkle

Roth tells a story about the summer of 1944 when a virulent polio epidemic struck his city. The hero is devastatingly thwarted when the boys he's coaching baseball begin dropping.

Five Sequels to the Dante's Inferno Video Game

Laurence Hughes | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Laurence Hughes

Five video games based on classic literature that are guaranteed to put the gory back in allegory.

The Massachusetts Victory For An "Everyman" Candidate Begs The Question: What's An "Everywoman?"

Nicole Rodgers | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Nicole Rodgers

As pundits debated whether Brown's win was a referendum on Obama or on health care reform -- and what it says about the "pulse" of the country -- an important discussion about gender was drowned out.

Philip Roth's "The Humbling": Axler's Theater

The New York Review of Books | Elaine Blair | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

Axler's Theater Elaine Blair The New York Review of Books "The Humbling" by Philip Roth. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 140 pp., $22.00 One of the ...