Philip Roth Wins Nobel Prize

The renowned writer, who plumbed Jewish identity and became an American master, adds the biggest laurel to his crown

How the King of Shmutz Won the World

This award proves, once and for all, that Roth isn’t too obscene. Nor is he too American, or too male, or too Jewish.

And So, He Won

Why Philip Roth shouldn’t have won the Nobel prize

Philip Roth, Master of Deception

The Nobel laureate chronicled the American Jewish Experience

A Few Good Roths

People who are better than Philip

The Hidden One of N.J.: Why Dara Horn Is the Best of the New Breed of Jewish Novelists

Her fourth novel, ‘A Guide for the Perplexed,’ reanimates the past without falling into the traps of ‘Shtetlworld’ nostalgia

Philip Roth Liked to Czech Out the Ladies

A tale of love, literature, and 1970s totalitarianism

Philip Roth Pays Tribute to a Mentor, Character

‘Doc Lowenstein’ was the inspiration for his character Murray Ringold

Daybreak: Will Justices Act on DOMA?

Plus disputed texts in Russia to be moved into a Jewish museum

Four Score and Philip Roth

A dispatch from the author’s 80th birthday

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