If the Aim of Literature Is to Spark Debate, Philip Roth Has Succeeded – PopMatters


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If the Aim of Literature Is to Spark Debate, Philip Roth Has Succeeded
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For many, Roth is one of the last great surviving voices of 20th Century literature; John Updike and Saul Bellow are both unfortunately deceased, while Thomas Pynchon lives a reclusive existence and, while Don DeLillo is still alive and working, as is

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