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The New York Review of Books
by Philip Roth.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,
140 pp., $22.00
One of the ...
We have a transformative opportunity in moments when our rage impels us to lash out in retaliation.
Set against the backdrop of the Korean conflict, Roth's new novel appears when most Americans remain detached from another distant, undeclared war.
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