Henry Roth with David Bronsen (interview date 1967)
SOURCE: "A Conversation with Henry Roth," in Partisan Review, Vol. XXXVI, No. 2, 1967, pp. 265-80.
[In the following interview, Roth discusses his life and his relationship to writing and creative life.]
[Bronsen:] I visited Henry Roth on his Farm near Augusta, Maine, and we began to talk. At one point I remarked that he had never lost his command of language. He replied: "That comes from having talked with myself for twenty-five years."
[Roth:] It's too bad I was not older when I...
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