What aspects of Philip Roth’s early fiction could have caused such a vigorous opposition to it by the conservative Jewish community?
Is the charge against Roth of being a self-hating Jew credible?
What is the basis for much of Philip Roth’s humor?
How accurate is Roth’s portrayal of the United States in the post-World War II period in his “American Trilogy”?
In some of his novels, Roth introduces himself as a character. How effective is this device?
Roth has sometimes been criticized as an antifeminist because of his portraits of women. Is the charge justified? If so, how?