|Philip Roth. forgotten in her flight from the dorm; she must not think of what she |
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|But where Kafka's protagonist turned into a giant beetle, the narrator of Philip Roth's richly conceived fantasy has become a 155-pound female breast.|
|In the end he is a man who has become what he does not want to be. The terrain of this powerful novel -- Roth's twenty-seventh book and the fifth to be published in the twenty-first century -- is the human body.|
|Thirteen-year-old Ozzie's questioning of what he is taught in religious class leads to a tense confrontation with his rabbi.|