Philip Roth

One great Jewish novelist considers the legacy of another.

May 2 2024 12:01AM

Sabbath’s Theater in the theater.

Nov. 7 2023 12:01AM

Rereading Portnoy’s Complaint now that the Golden Age of American Jewry is over.

Jan. 31 2023 12:01AM

The trouble with Fleishman.

Akiva Schick
Jan. 3 2023 12:01AM

The characters in her new story collection are fully formed creatures of that transitional 20th-century moment between European Jewish survivors and American forgetters.

April 27 2022 12:01AM

“I don’t want you to rehabilitate me”—just to give me the last word.

Judith Shulevitz
July 28 2021 12:01AM

It’s a cop-out to explain away a novel’s improprieties on the grounds that they are of another age.

Howard Jacobson
July 23 2021 12:01AM

Diego Schwartzmann and his predecessors.

Rick Marin
Feb. 15 2021 12:01AM

Sympathetic to Israel and hostile to the radical left, Roth was not always the rebellious Jew.

Jesse Tisch
July 10 2020 12:01AM

An inadvertent warning about the dangers of political infantilization.

March 19 2020 12:01AM

And British insistence that there is no such thing.

Salman Rushdie
Oct. 17 2018 12:01AM