Megan Abbott, Jonathan Lethem, and other writers pay tribute to Philip Roth
Library of America’s Max Rudin: Philip Roth, native son
Library of America mourns the death of Philip Roth, 1933–2018
“Here I am”: Philip Roth reflects on his half-century career as a writer
Philip Roth, “Patrimony”
Indignation: Roth, repression, and rebellion in the early Fifties
Watch: Alec Baldwin reads Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America
Amitava Kumar: Philip Roth teaches me to be a bit more honest
Blake Bailey on “the versatility and breadth of achievement” of Philip Roth’s fiction and the challenge of writing his biography
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