Philosophy with Onbester

&ldquo;It is as if Chekhov had written <em>Lolita</em>.&rdquo; That&rsquo;s Philip Roth describing <strong>Richard Stern</strong>&rsquo;s novel <em>Other Men&rsquo;s Daughters</em>. But the similarities don&rsquo;t mean much

“It is as if Chekhov had written Lolita.” That’s Philip Roth describing Richard Stern’s novel Other Men’s Daughters. But the similarities don’t mean muchContinue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily Full article:&ldquo;It is as if Chekhov had written <em>Lolita</em>.&rdquo; That&rsquo;s Philip Roth describing <strong>Richard Stern</strong>&rsquo;s novel <em>Other Men&rsquo;s Daughters</em>. Read more [...]
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