Saturday, September 01, 2007

Philip Roth

On the occasion of the publication of both his latest novel Exit Ghost, and a new Library of America volume that collects the Zuckerman Bound cycle of the "Nathan Zuckerman" works, Philip Roth (my favorite living American novelist) appeared yesterday on NPR's/WHYY's Fresh Air with Terry Gross. You can listen to her interview with Roth — and Robert Siegel's own from Monday, too — here (and find links to streams of all of his past Fresh Air interviews at the same site).

This 2006 sit-down with Roth has been making the rounds for the past few days, as well. A Part One to the interview can be found on YouTube, although note the site has screwed up the audio-synch on that particular clip pretty badly. (As YouTube tends to do.) Here's Part Two, which in any case gets right to the heart of the matter:

Interview with Philip Roth, 2006 —


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Originally posted: 9/26/07

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