Latest Issue of Philip Roth Studies
The latest issue of Philip Roth Studies (Vol. 7, No. 2) has just been released, and members of the Roth Society, if they do not already have their copies, should be receiving them soon. The table of contents includes:
Framing the Cusp of Celebrity: Bob Peterson’s 1968 Photographs of Philip Roth – Derek Parker Royal
Contemporary American Fiction and the Confluence of Don DeLillo, Cormac McCarthy, Toni Morrison, Philip Roth, and John Updike: A Roundtable Discussion
Arthur Koestler and Meyer Levin: The Trivial, the Tragic, and Rationalization Post Factum in Roth’s “Eli, the Fanatic.” – James Duban
The Sene of an Ending: Alternative History in Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America - Ginevra Geraci
Putting a Finger on That Hollow Emptiness in Roth’s Indignation – Frederick Luis Aldama
Annual Bibliography of Philip Roth Criticism and Resources-2010 – Derek Parker Royal
This is a particularly special issue of Philip Roth Studies, in that we feature photographs from award-winning photographer, Bob Peterson, who covered Roth for Life Magazine in late 1968, just months before the publication of Portnoy’s Complaint. Most of the photographs have never before been published, and they all show a young, vibrant novelist before the explosion of literary celebrity.
For more information on Philip Roth Studies, contact the executive editor at rothstudies [at] rothsociety.org. To subscribe to the journal you may do so through the Philip Roth Society, or by contacting Purdue University Press.