Nemesis by Philip Roth

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November 2010, no. 326

Nemesis by Philip Roth

Reviewed by
November 2010, no. 326

W

ith book thirty-one arriving as its author approaches his seventy-eighth birthday, the numbers are stacking up for Philip Roth. Yet while it is more than fifty years since his publishing début with Goodbye Columbus (1959), he seems to have locked on to an accelerating production line at a time when many of his contemporaries are in rocking chairs. That is an image with no relevance to Roth, given his energised mind, his curiosity-driven questing, and his self-confessed need ‘to make serious mischief’.

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