Everyman Paperback – 5 Apr 2007
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"A human story for our times" (A.S. Byatt)
"Shimmers with the mysteries and regrets of a whole life...poignant, droll, and eloquent" (Daily Telegraph)
"Capable of altering the way you see the world" (Observer)
"Alive with literary brilliance for all its deathly subject matter" (Sunday Times)
"So compelling, so important" (Guardian)
Reissued in electric new backlist style, Everyman is one of Philip Roth's late masterpieces and winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award for FictionSee all Product description
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1 October 2014
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
Utterly brilliant. Read Roth many years ago - The Human Stain -and struggled. Bought this after hearing it raved about on the BBC's "Good Read" programme and how pleased I am that I did. It is short but don't let that put you off or feel you are being shortchanged. This is a modern morality tale, a reflection on ageing, family and a life of triumphs and regrets. Common emotions that we all have or will have as the years roll on. The writing is exquisite and evocative. A very real, a very human book. If this book was Scotch it would be the finest of single malts!.
20 March 2018
Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
The unnamed Ad exec would have been invigorated but frightened by his Jersey Turnpike cemetery buddy Mickey Sabbath... the two lives combined give two sides of the bigger story of American life.
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Philip Roth is one of the best story tellers around. He can take a simple story and engross you in it so that you don’t notice yourself flicking through the pages.Read more
Although Philip Roth went on to write four more novels following this short (180-page) masterpiece (published in 2006) – leading up to his self-declared 'career end’ – Everyman...Read more
Roth deals here with an ageing man's apprehensions of death and his doubts that his life has had any value. He is astute and eloquent.Read more
Many brilliant descriptions but far far too much on ailments of old people.You have to be in love with them to enjoy this book.