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Philip Roth • 96 Items / 31 Books, 50 Articles, 12 Reviews, 3 Poems
Letting Go (1962)
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Published Reviews
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    A Sentimental Educaiton Circa 1956 (Review)
    Letting Go, by Philip Roth
    1. Letting Go by Philip Roth
    Commentary, September 1962, pp. 273-278
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    A Late Look at "Letting Go" (Review)
    Letting Go, by Philip Roth
    1. Letting Go by Philip Roth
    The New Republic, January 12, 1963, pp. 22-25
  3. Books
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    The Vanity of Human Wishes (Review)
    Letting Go, by Philip Roth
    1. Letting Go by Philip Roth
    The Reporter, August 16, 1962, p. 54
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    Literary Horizons (Review)
    Hammer Locks in Wedlock
    1. Letting Go by Philip Roth
    The Saturday Review, June 16, 1962, p. 16
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    Fiction (3 Reviews)
    Magic Realism in Prose
    1. Another Country by James Baldwin
    2. Letting Go by Philip Roth
    3. The Age of Happy Problems by Herbert Gold
    National Review, August 28, 1962, p. 153
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    The New Books (4 Reviews)
    An American Royal Personage
    1. Patriotic Gore by Edmund Wilson
    2. Contemporaries by Alfred Kazin
    3. Another Country by James Baldwin
    4. Letting Go by Philip Roth
    The Harpers Monthly, July 1962, pp. 86-91
  7. Reviews
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    Fiction Chronicle (11 Reviews)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    2. The Reivers by William Faulkner
    3. An Unofficial Rose by Iris Murdoch
    4. Border Country by Raymond Williams
    5. A Long and Happy Life by Reynolds Price
    6. Letting Go by Philip Roth
    7. Riverside Drive by Louis Simpson
    8. Concretions by Arlene Zekowski
    9. The Dialogues by Stanley Berne
    10. The Soft Machine by William S. Burroughs
    11. The Marquise Went Out at Five by Claude Mauriac
    The Hudson Review, Autumn 1962, pp. 420-430