Portnoy and I: Philip Roth’s Great American Moment

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Bernard Avishai, an essayist and lecturer at Dartmouth College and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem discusses his book Promiscuous: ‘Portnoy’s Complaint and Our Doomed Pursuit of Happiness, outlining how Philip Roth’s celebrated novel changed his life, as well as that of so many Americans of his generation.

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