Philip Roth bibliography

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This is a bibliography of works by and about Philip Roth.


Novels and novellas[edit]

Year Title Protagonist / Narrator Awards Notes LOA Volume
1959 Goodbye, Columbus Neil Klugman 1960 National Book Award Published with five short stories LOA1
1962 Letting Go Gabe Wallach LOA1
1967 When She Was Good Lucy Nelson LOA2
1969 Portnoy's Complaint Alexander Portnoy LOA2
1971 Our Gang Trick E. Dixon LOA2
1972 The Breast David Kepesh LOA2
1973 The Great American Novel Word Smith LOA3
1974 My Life as a Man Nathan Zuckerman
/Peter Tarnopol
[I] LOA3
1977 The Professor of Desire David Kepesh LOA3
1979 The Ghost Writer Nathan Zuckerman LOA4
1981 Zuckerman Unbound Nathan Zuckerman LOA4
1983 The Anatomy Lesson Nathan Zuckerman LOA4
1985 The Prague Orgy Nathan Zuckerman LOA4
1986 The Counterlife Nathan Zuckerman 1986 National Book Critics Circle Award LOA5
1990 Deception Philip Roth LOA5
1993 Operation Shylock Philip Roth 1994 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction LOA6
1995 Sabbath's Theater Mickey Sabbath 1995 National Book Award LOA6
1997 American Pastoral Nathan Zuckerman
/ Swede Levov
1998 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction;
2000 Prix du Meilleur Livre Étranger
1998 I Married a Communist Nathan Zuckerman 1998 Ambassador Book Award LOA7
2000 The Human Stain Nathan Zuckerman 2001 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction;
2001 WH Smith Literary Award;
2002 Prix Médicis Étranger
2001 The Dying Animal David Kepesh LOA8
2004 The Plot Against America Philip Roth 2005 Sidewise Award for Alternate History LOA8
2006 Everyman Unnamed 2007 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction LOA9
2007 Exit Ghost Nathan Zuckerman LOA8
2008 Indignation Marcus Messner LOA9
2009 The Humbling Simon Axler LOA9
2010 Nemesis Bucky Cantor
/ Arnie Mesnikoff

^ I The Nathan Zuckerman appearing in this book is not the same as the one appearing in later books, but a creation of the fictional writer Peter Tarnopol.

Short stories and reviews[edit]

Title Original publication Collected in:
Philosophy, or Something Like That Et Cetera, May 1952
The Box of Truths Et Cetera, October 1952
The Fence Et Cetera, May 1953
Armando and the Frauds Et Cetera, October 1953
The Final Delivery of Mr. Thorn Et Cetera, May 1954
The Day It Snowed Chicago Review, 8, 1954
The Contest for Aaron Gold Epoch, 5–6, 1955
You Can't Tell a Man by the Song He Sings Commentary, 1957 Goodbye, Columbus
Positive Thinking on Pennsylvania Avenue Chicago Review, 11, 1957
Mrs. Lindbergh, Mr. Ciardi,
and the Teeth and Claws of the Civilized World
Chicago Review, 11, 1957
Rescue from Philosophy The New Republic, 10 June 1957
I Don't Want to Embarrass You The New Republic, 15 July 1957
The Hurdles of Satire The New Republic, 9 September 1957
Coronation on Channel Two The New Republic, 23 September 1957
Films as Sociology The New Republic, 21 October 1957
The Proper Study of Show Business The New Republic, 23 December 1957
The Conversion of the Jews The Paris Review, Spring 1958 Goodbye, Columbus
Epstein The Paris Review, Summer 1958 Goodbye, Columbus
Heard Melodies Are Sweeter Esquire, August 1958
Expect the Vandals Esquire, December 1958
The Kind of Person I am The New Yorker, 29 November 1958
Defender of the Faith The New Yorker, March 1959 Goodbye, Columbus
Eli, the Fanatic Goodbye, Columbus
Recollections from Beyond the Last Rope Harper's Magazine, July 1959
The Love Vessel The Dial, 1, 1959
The Good Girl Cosmopolitan, May 1960
The Mistaken American Judaism, 10, 1960
Jewishness and the Younger Intellectuals Commentary, April 1961
American Fiction Commentary, September 1961
Novotny's Pain The New Yorker, October 1962 A Philip Roth Reader (1993 ed.)
Iowa: A Very Far Country Indeed, Esquire, December 1962
Philip Roth Talks to Teens Seventeen, April 1963
Second Dialogue in Israel Congress Bi-Weekly, 16 September 1963
Psychoanalytic Special Esquire, November 1963
An Actor's Life for Me Playboy, January 1964
Channel X: Two Plays on the Race Conflict The New York Review of Books, 28 May 1964
The National Pastime Cavalier, May 1965
Seasons of Discontent The New York Review of Books, 7 November 1965
On the Air New American Review, 10, 1970
Looking at Kafka New American Review, 1973 A Philip Roth Reader (1993 ed.)
Imagining Jews The New York Review of Books, 1974
In Search of Kafka and Other Answers The New York Times Book Review, 15 February 1976
Dialog: Philip Roth Chicago Tribune, 25 September 1977
His Mistress's Voice Partisan Review, 53, 1986
Smart Money The New Yorker, February 1981 Part of Zuckerman Unbound
I Couldn't Restrain Myself The New York Times Book Review, 21 June 1992
A Bit of Jewish Mischief The New York Times Book Review, 7 March 1993
Dr. Huvelle: A Biographical Sketch 1993 34-page booklet
Juice or Gravy? How I Met My Fate in a Cafeteria The New York Times Book Review, 18 September 1994
The Ultimatum The New Yorker, 26 June 1995 Part of Sabbath's Theater
Drenka's Men The New Yorker, 10 July 1995 Part of Sabbath's Theater
Communist: Oh, Ma, Let Me Join the National Guard The New Yorker, August 1998 Part of I Married a Communist



Title Year Awards LOA Volume
The Facts: A Novelist's Autobiography 1988 LOA5
Patrimony: A True Story 1991 1991 National Book Critics Circle Award LOA5

On writing and writers[edit]


Title Year Notes
Reading Myself and Others 1976 Anthology of essays, interviews, and criticism
Shop Talk 2001 Roth's interviews with 20th-century writers


Title Originally published in Collected in
Country Report: Czechoslovakia American PEN, 1973
Introduction to Milan Kundera, Edward and God American Poetry Review, March/April 1974
Introduction to Jiří Weil, Two Stories about Nazis and Jews American Poetry Review, September/October 1974
Conversation in New York with Isaac Bashevis Singer about Bruno Schulz The New York Times Book Review, 1976 Shop Talk
Conversation in London and Connecticut with Milan Kundera The New York Times Book Review, 1980 Shop Talk
Conversation in London with Edna O'Brien The New York Times Book Review, 1984 Shop Talk
Pictures of Malamud The New York Times Book Review, 1986 Shop Talk
A Man Saved by His Skills. Conversation in Turin with Primo Levi The New York Times Book Review, 12 October 1986 Shop Talk
Conversation in Jerusalem with Aharon Appelfeld The New York Times Book Review, 1988 Shop Talk
Pictures of Guston Vanity Fair, 1989 Shop Talk
Conversation in Prague with Ivan Klíma The New York Times Book Review, 1990 Shop Talk
An Exchange with Mary McCarthy The New Yorker, 1998 Shop Talk
Rereading Saul Bellow The New Yorker, 2000 Shop Talk


Title Year Works Included
A Philip Roth Reader 1980;
2nd ed. 1993
Selections from Roth's first eight novels;
2nd edition includes Novotny's Pain and Looking at Kafka
Zuckerman Bound 1985 The Ghost Writer
Zuckerman Unbound
The Anatomy Lesson
The Prague Orgy

Library of America editions[edit]

The first nine volumes are edited by Ross Miller, the last by the author himself.

Title Year Works Included
Novels and Stories 1959–1962 2005 Goodbye, Columbus
Letting Go
Novels 1967–1972 2005 When She Was Good
Portnoy's Complaint
Our Gang
The Breast
Novels 1973–1977 2006 The Great American Novel
My Life As a Man
The Professor of Desire
Zuckerman Bound 1979–1985 2007 The Ghost Writer
Zuckerman Unbound
The Anatomy Lesson
The Prague Orgy
unproduced television screenplay for The Prague Orgy
Novels and Other Narratives 1986–1991 2008 The Counterlife
The Facts: A Novelist's Autobiography
Patrimony: A True Story
Novels 1993–1995 2010 Operation Shylock
Sabbath's Theater
American Trilogy 1997–2000 2011 American Pastoral
I Married a Communist
The Human Stain
Novels 2001–2007 2013 The Dying Animal
The Plot Against America
Exit Ghost
Nemeses 2013 Everyman
The Humbling
Why Write?: Collected Nonfiction 1960–2013 2017 Roth's selection of Reading Myself and Others (1975) and Shop Talk (2001)
Explanations (14 later pieces)
(total 37 articles or essays)


Roth's adaptations of works by others[edit]

Roth's adaptations of his own work[edit]

  • TV Adaptation of The Ghost Writer (in collaboration with Tristram Powell), 1984
  • TV Adaptation of The Prague Orgy (unproduced), 1985

Adaptations of Roth's work by others[edit]


interviewer Title Originally published in Notes
Martha McGregor The NBA Winner Talks Back 1960 in George J. Searles (ed.), Conversations with Philip Roth
(Jackson, U.P. of Mississippi, 1992)
Jerre Mangione Philip Roth 1966 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Philip Roth Tells about When She Was Good Literary Guild Magazine, July 1967
Howard Junker Will This Finally Be Philip Roth's Year? 1969 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Albert Goldman Portnoy's Complaint by Philip Roth Looms as a Wild Blue Shocker and the American Novel of the Sixties 1969 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
George Plimpton Philip Roth's Exact Intent 1969 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Alan Lelchuk On Satirizing Presidents 1971 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Walter Clemons Joking in the Square 1971 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Alan Lelchuk On The Breast 1972 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Joyce Carol Oates A Conversation with Philip Roth Ontario Review, Fall 1974
Martha Saxton Philip Roth Talks about His Own Work 1974 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Walter Mauro Writing and the Powers-that-Be 1974 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Sara Davidson Talk with Philip Roth 1977 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
James Atlas A Visit with Philip Roth 1979 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Michiko Kakutani Is Roth Really Writing about Roth? New York Times, May 1981
Richard Stern Roth Unbound Saturday Review, June 1981
Alan Finkielkraut The Ghosts of Roth 1981 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Ronald Hayman Philip Roth: Should Sane Women Shy Away from Him at Parties? 1981 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
The Book That I'm Writing New York Times, 12 June 1983, late ed.
Cathleen Medwick A Meeting of Arts and Minds 1983 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Jonathan Brent "The job", says Roth, "was to give pain its due" 1983 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Jesse Kornbluth Zuckerman Found? Philip Roth's One-Man Art Colony 1983 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
David Plante Conversations with Philip: Diary of a Friendship 1984 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Hermione Lee The Art of Fiction, LXXXIV 1984 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Clive Sinclair Doctor or Pornographer?
Clive Sinclair Talks to Philip Roth about His New Book
1984 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Mervyn Rothstein The Unbounded Spirit of Philip Roth New York Times, 1 August 1985
Ian Hamilton A Confusion of Realms 1985 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Mervyn Rothstein Philip Roth and the World of «What If?» 1986 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Paula Span Roth's Zuckerman Redux; for «The Counterlife», Leading His Altered Ego through Life, Death and Renewal Washington Post, 6 January 1987
Paul Gray The Varnished Truths of Philip Roth 1987 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Alvin P. Sanoff Writers Have a Third Eye 1987 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Katharine Weber Life, Counterlife 1987 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Ken Adachi Is Anyone out There Actually Reading? Toronto Star, 17 September 1988
Asher Z. Milbauer
and Donald G. Watson
An Interview with Philip Roth 1988 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Jonathan Brent What Facts? A Talk with Philip Roth 1988 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Katharine Weber PW Interviews: Philip Roth 1988 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Linda Matchan Philip Roth Faces "The Facts" 1988 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Mervyn Rothstein From Philip Roth, "The Facts" as He Remembers Them 1988 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Goodbye Newark: Roth Remembers His Beginnings New York Times, 1 October 1989
Brian D. Johnson Intimate Affairs 1990 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Hermione Lee "Life Is and": Philip Roth in 1990 1990 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Alvin P. Sanoff Facing a Father's Death 1990 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Lynn Darling His Father's Son Newsday, 28 January 1991
Lynn Darling A Moving Family Memoir on Life and Death in «Patrimony» 1991 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Mervyn Rothstein To Newark, with Love. Philip Roth 1991 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Molly McQuade Just a Lively Boy 1991 in G. J. Searles (ed.), cit.
Marjorie Keyishian Roth Returning to Newark to Get History Award New York Times, 4 October 1992
Esther B. Fein Philip Roth Sees Double. And Maybe Triple, Too New York Times, 9 March 1993
Esther B. Fein "Believe Me," Says Roth with a Straight Face New York Times, 9 March 1993 late ed.
Dan Cryer Talking with Philip Roth: Author Meets the Critics Newsday, 28 March 1993
Mifflin Houghton I Married a Communist Interview 1998 link
Christa Maerker The Roth Explosion: Confessions of a Writer 1998 film (duration: 53')
Charles McGrath Zuckerman's Alter Brain New York Times Book Review, 7 May 2000
Terry Gross Interview Fresh Air (radio), 8 May 2000 afterward in Fresh Air: Writers Speak with Terry Gross, Minneapolis: Highbridge, 2004; and in Writers Speak: A Collection of Interviews with Writers on Fresh Air with Terry Gross, Boston: WHYY, 2004
Robert McCrum A Conversation with Philip Roth Guardian Unlimited, 1 July 2001 link
David Remnick Philip Roth at 70 BBC4, London, 19 March 2003
Robert Siege Roth Rewrites History with "The Plot Against America" "All Things Considered" (radio), 23 September 2004 WNYC, New York
John Freeman The America That Was, and the Past That Wasn't San Francisco Chronicle, 3 October 2004 link
"NPR Interview with Philip Roth NPR's Fresh Air, 11 October 2004 link
Jeffrey Brown Interview «News Hour with Jim Lehrer», PBS, 27 October 2004 and 10 November 2004
Kurt Anderson Interview «Studio 360», 6 November 2004 WNYC, New York
Katie Couric Interview «Today Show», NBC, 2004
Tom Ashbrook Novelist Philip Roth «On Point», 3 December 2004 WBUR, Boston
Michael Krasny Interview Forum, 29 December 2004 KQED, San Francisco
Nils Minkmar Interview Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, 8 August 2005 in German
Sacha Verna Ich frage, was wäre... Die Zeit, 18 August 2005 in German
Charles McGrath Why Is This Man Smiling? New York Times, 4 September 2005, late ed.
Martin Krasnik It No Longer Feels a Great Injustice That I Have to Die The Guardian, 14 December 2005 link
Terry Gross Philip Roth Discusses His Latest Accolade «Fresh Air», 28 December 2005 WHYY, Philadelphia on link
Charles McGrath Philip Roth, Haunted by Illness, Feels Fine New York Times, 25 April 2006
Robert Siege Roth Returns with Life and Death of Everyman «All Things Considered», 2 May 2006
Terry Gross Philip Roth Discusses Everyman «Fresh Air», 8 May 2006 WHYY, Philadelphia
Mark Lawson Philip Roth’s 21st Century «Mark Lawson Talks to...», BBC4, London, 3 June 2006
Volker Hage Old Age Is a Massacre Spiegel Online, 25 August 2006
Hans Olav Brenner Interview Bokprogrammet NRK1, 27 August 2007 NBC
John Freeman Philip Roth Ponders Aging «Star-Ledger» [Newark, NJ], 23 September 2007
Robert Siegel Author Says New Zuckerman Novel to Be the Last «All Things Considered», 24 September 2007 link
Terry Gross Philip Roth's «Ghost» Returns «Fresh Air», 25 September 2007 WHYY, Philadelphia
Hillel Italie Roth Says Farewell to Fictional Hero «Associated Press Archive», 27 September 2007 on link (20 March 2009)
Robert J. Hughes Roth Says: Goodbye, Nathan «Wall Street Journal», 28 September 2007 link
Mark Weitzmann In Conversation... Washington Post, 30 September 2007 link
James Mustich Roth on Zuckerman's Curtain Call «Barnes & Noble Review», 1 October 2007
Hermione Lee Age Makes a Difference «The New Yorker», 1 October 2007 link and link
Mark Lawson Philip Roth in His Own Words «Front Row», Radio 4. BBC, London, 2 October 2007 and The Independent, London, 3 October 2007 link
Johanna Schneller Philip Roth: «I'm not crazy... that time is running out» The Globe and Mail Canada, 13 October 2007 link
Tom Nissley Exit Zuckerman: An Interview with Philip Roth No date [but 2007] on Amazon site transcript of audio interview
Klaus Brinkbäumer
and Volker Hage
Bush Is Too Horrendous to Be Forgotten Spiegel Online, 8 February 2008
Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg Philip Roth Goes Back to College The Wall Street Journal, 12 September 2008
James Marcus Philip Roth, on Writing and Being Ticked Off Los Angeles Times, 14 September 2008 link
Robert Siege In Indignation, Roth Draws On His College Days «All Things Considered», 15 September 2008 link
Philip Dodd Interview «Night Waves», 15 September 2008 BBC Radio 3
Benjamin Taylor Interview Live Webcast Sponsored by Houghton Mifflin, 16 September 2008
Robert Hilferty Interview «Muse TV», 19 September 2008 link and link
Robert McCrum The Story of My Lives Observer Magazine, 21 September 2008 link
Jeff Baker Interview The Oregonian, 21 September 2008 Edited and condensed interview. Full version is on link (18 September 2008)
James Mustich Philip Roth: Indignation «Barnes & Noble Review», 3 November 2008 link
Andrew Corsello Last Lion Roaring Gentlemen's Quarterly, December 2008
Tina Brown Philip Roth Unbound The Daily Beast, 21 October 2009 link
Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg Roth on Roth Wall Street Journal, 23 October 2009 link
Kirsty Wark Interview Newsnight, BBC2, London, 30 October 2009 link
Paola Zanuttini Sex and Me La Repubblica, February 2010 Italian interview. Notice by Judith Thurman on The New Yorker, 5 April 2010
Rita Braver Philip Roth on Fame, Sex and God CBS News, 10 March 2010 link
Chris Wragge and Erica Hill A Rare Look at Author Phillip Roth CBS News, 3 October 2010 link
Philip Roth: On Writing, Aging and «Nemesis» NPR, 14 October 2010 link
Benjamin Taylor Man Booker International Prize 2011 Winner Philip Roth 23 May 2011 link video transcript
Eleanor Wachtel Philip Roth Interview CBC Radio, 27 March 2011 link


  • Glenn Meeter, Bernard Malamud and Philip Roth: A Critical Essay, Grand Rapids: Eerdsmans, 1968
  • John N. McDaniel, The Fiction of Philip Roth, Haddonfield, NJ: Haddonfield House, 1974
  • Sanford Pinsker, The Comedy That "Hoits": An Essay on the Fiction of Philip Roth, Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1975
  • Bernard F. Rodgers Jr., Philip Roth, Boston: Twayne, 1978
  • Judith Paterson Jones e Guinevera A. Nance, Philip Roth, New York: Ungar, 1981
  • Sanford Pinsker (ed.), Critical Essays on Philip Roth, Boston: Hall, 1982
  • Herminone Lee, Philip Roth, New York: Methuen, 1982
  • George J. Searles, The Fiction of Philip Roth and John Updike, Carbondale: Southern Illinois U.P., 1985
  • Harold Bloom (ed.), Philip Roth, Modern Critical Views, New York: Chelsea House, 1986; new ed. 2003
  • Asher Z. Milbauer e Donald G. Watson (eds.), Reading Philip Roth, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1988
  • Murray Baumgarten e Barbara Gottfried, Understanding Philip Roth, Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1990
  • Jay L. Halio, Philip Roth Revisited, New York: Twayne, 1992
  • Alan Cooper, Philip Roth and the Jews, Albany: SUNY Press, 1996
  • Stephen Wade, Imagination in Transit: The Fiction of Philip Roth, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996
  • Stephen Milowitz, Philip Roth Considered: The Concentrationary Universe of the American Writer, New York: Garland Press, 2000
  • Jay L. Halio (ed.), Philip Roth, special issue of Shofar, 19, 1, 2000
  • Nandita Singh, Philip Roth: A Novelist in Crisis, New Delhi: Classical Publishing, 2001
  • André Bleikasten, Philip Roth: Les ruses de la fiction, Paris: Belin, 2001
  • Paule Lévy e Ada Savin (eds.), Profils Américains: Philip Roth, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier III: CERCLA, 2002
  • Mark Shechner, Up Society's Ass, Copper: Rereading Philip Roth, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2003
  • Debra Shostak, Philip Roth - Countertexts, Counterlives, Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2004
  • Harold Bloom (ed.), Portnoy's Complaint: Modern Critical Interpretations, Modern Critical Views, New York: Chelsea House, 2004
  • Derek Parker Royal (ed.), Philip Roth's America: The Later Novels, special issue of Studies in American Jewish Literature, 23, 2004
  • Yanyu Zeng, Towards Postmodern Multiculturalism: A New Trend of African-American and Jewish American Literature Viewed through Ishmael Reed and Philip Roth, Xiamen: Xiamen U.P., 2004
  • Manuel Gogos, Philip Roth & Söhne: Zum jüdischen Familienroman, Hamburg: Philo, 2005
  • Jay L. Halio e Ben Siegel, Turning Up the Flame: Philip Roth's Later Novels, Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, 2005
  • Derek Parker Royal (ed.), Philip Roth: New Perspectives on an American Author, Westport, CT: Greenwood-Praeger, 2005
  • Elaine B. Safer, Mocking the Age: The Later Novels of Philip Roth, Albany: State University of New York Press, 2006
  • Till Kinzel, Die Tragödie und Komödie des amerikanischen Lebens: Eine Studie zu Zuckermans Amerika in Philip Roths Amerika-Trilogie, Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter GmbH Heidelberg, 2006
  • Ross Posnock, Philip Roth's Rude Truth: The Art of Immaturity, Princeton: Princeton U.P., 2006
  • Dean J. Franco (ed.), Roth and Race, special issue of Philip Roth Studies, 2, 2, 2006
  • Timothy Parrish (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Philip Roth, Cambridge U.P., 2007
  • David Brauner, Philip Roth, Manchester: Manchester U.P., 2007
  • Aimée Pozorski and Miriam Jaffe-Foger (eds.), Mourning Zuckerman, special issue of Philip Roth Studies, 5, 2, 2009
  • Balbir Singh, The Early Fiction of Philip Roth New Delhi: Omega Publications, 2009
  • Alain Finkielkraut, "La Plaisanterie" (on The Human Stain), in Un coeur intelligent, Paris: Stock/Flammarion, 2009.
  • Ben Siegel and Jay L. Halio (eds.), Playful and Serious: Philip Roth as Comic Writer, Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, 2010
  • Alain Finkielkraut, "La complainte du désamour" (on The Professor of Desire), in Et si l'amour durait Paris: Stock, 2011.
  • Aimée Pozorski, Roth and Trauma: The Problem of History in the Later Works (1995-2010), New York, NY: Continuum Press, 2012
  • Sebastian Schmitt, Fifties Nostalgia in Selected Novels of Philip Roth (MOSAIC, 60), Trier, WVT, 2017.

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