by Jeff J., December 31, 2013 4:47 PM
Finally, a "biography" on the world's greatest living writer. Roth Unbound is more of a look at Philip Roth's novels than his life, but his work is very autobiographical, so the reader gets plenty of his personal life as well. As a fan of Roth, Roth Unbound made me want to reread his work. This book is also great for readers interested in Roth. It will give them the ambition to dive into a catalog of work stretching over 50 years, from Goodbye, Columbus in 1959 to Nemesis in 2010.