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Brodsky, Michael 1948–

Brodsky is an American novelist and playwright. The Jewish narrator/protagonist of his first novel, Detour, has been compared to that of Philip Roth's Portnoy's Complaint. Brodsky's experimental style combines deconstruction with extensive literary and cinematic allusions. (See also Contemporary Authors, Vol. 102.)

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Brodsky, Michael 1948–

Brodsky is an American novelist and playwright. The Jewish narrator/protagonist of his first novel, Detour, has been compared to that of Philip Roth's Portnoy's Complaint. Brodsky's experimental style combines deconstruction with extensive literary and cinematic allusions. (See also Contemporary Authors, Vol. 102.)

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