A writer reflects on the loss of a "True Judge."
The author blazed a new path for the novel by combining an unbridled, inimitable vernacular with the great themes of postwar American life.
I wrote a foolish take on Harvey Weinstein's Judaism, and was mobbed for days on social media. Then I rediscovered the joys of life offline, where humans treat each other with decency.
Alex Ross Perry’s moody portrait of stifled creativity and tense relationships
There might not be a better time to recognize the accomplishments of the master chronicler of American dread.
A review of Philip Roth's "American Pastoral"
He went from bete noire to laureate. Why'd we lose track of his flaws?
This summer's big, erotic novel is like 'Lolita' without the charm