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|What is that which swells a man's breast with pride above that which any other |
experience can bring to him? Discovery! To know that you are walking where
none others ... John Irving, Trying to Save Piggy Sneed, 1996 Undermining
experience, embellishing experience, rearranging and enlarging experience into
a species of mythology. — Philip Roth, The Facts: A Novelist's Autobiography,
1988 If a man ...
|Pirandello, Luigi Undermining experience, embellishing experience, rearranging |
and enlarging experience into a species of mythology. - Roth, Philip The novel
does not seek to establish a privileged language but it insists upon the freedom
|Undermining experience, embellishing experience, rearranging and enlarging |
experience into a species of mythology — after thirty years at that, it could have
seemed like I'd had enough even under the best of circumstances. To ...
|"Undermining experience, embellishing experience, rearranging and enlarging |
experience into a species of mythology," says Philip Roth, describing his vocation
in "The Facts" — just what the writer of nonfic- tion does. Janet Malcolm is a ...
|Roth, Philip Undermining experience, embellishing experience, rearranging and |
enlarging experience into a species of mythology. - Roth, Philip A Jewish man
with parents alive is a fifteen-year-old boy, and will remain a fifteen-year-old boy
|The book concludes surprisingly— in true Rothian fashion— with a sustained assault by the novelist "against" his proficiencies as an autobiographer.|
|Set in the heart of the McCarthy era, the story of Iron Rinn's denunciation and disgrace brings to harrowing life the human drama that was central to the nation's political tribulations in the dark years of betrayal, the blacklist, and ...|
|From the author of Cloud Atlas, now a major motion picture starring Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Susan Sarandon, and Hugh Grant, and directed by Lana and Andy Wachowski and Tom Tykwer BONUS: This edition contains a discussion guide for The ...|
|A haunting book about the very nature of truth and lies and of the conflict between reason and superstition, "A Maggot" is at once a rousing detective story and a glimpse from the eighteenth century into the future.|
|Haunted by Roth’s earlier work The Ghost Writer, Exit Ghost is an amazing leap into yet another phase in this great writer’s insatiable commitment to fiction.|