Philip Roth Discusses Everyman
Philip Roth is one of my favourite writers; he is one of the few writers whose prose seems like it couldn't be any other way. So I was delighted to find this interview with him in which he discusses Everyman, his 2005 novel about life, death, and growing old. The work Roth has produced in the last decade--in his 60s and 70s--is generally acknowledged to be his best; he must be sick of reading about his "late flowering." In this interview he also talks about his desire for work and his love of writing as well as discussing his career, his books, and the state of American writing.
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