Shipe's monograph on Roth's career was recently published by the University of South Carolina Press. The books offers a concise and comprehensive overview of Roth's oeuvre. The press is offering a 20% discount through the end of June.
Please join us on Monday May 2 at 4:30pm central time for a hybrid lecture/discussion, of “Philip Roth’s Other Haunts,” with Brett Ashley Kaplan. In person: Siebel Center for Design, 1208 South Fourth Street, Champaign Il. Via zoom register go.las.illinois.edu/RothLecture or scan the QR code on the attached poster (which also has a clickable registration link).
You may think of Philip Roth as a quintessential Jewish-American author grounded in Newark, New Jersey where many
Society member Steven Sampson recently published a review of the second volume of Roth's collected work. The article--which you can access here ( https://www.en-attendant-nadeau.fr/2022/03/16/philip-roth-speculaire/ ), is in French, but Steven has kindly written a note that summarizes his review. From Steven Sampson: Dear Fellow Members of the Philip Roth Society, Last month la Bibliothèque de la Pléiade (the French equivalent of the Library of America) came out with Volume 2