Philip Roth’s Everyman and Beyond

Courtesy of the radio program Open Source, we get an intriguing and wideranging interview with Philip
Roth, where he talks candidly about his latest and 27th novel Everyman, a work that takes an existentially anguishing look at the end of life. We also get Roth reading from other past novels, talking about the day-to-day practice of writing, and offering thoughts on the current state of American politics. You can catch the interview in one of three ways: iTunes, Rss feed, mp3 stream.

For other interviews with prominent thinkers, see our page called Smart Talks – Leading Thinkers in Multi-Media.

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