Philip Roth returns with a definitive edition of his essential statements on literature, his controversial novels, and the writing life, including six pieces published here for the first time and many others newly revised
Another brilliant short novel by Philip Roth
An absolutely brilliant new novel by one of the world's great writers
A dazzling new novel from a modern master of the form
The incomparable master Roth returns with the final Zuckerman book.
The unconventional autobiography of a writer who has reshaped our idea of fiction.
An early novel from Philip Roth, exploring the effects of alcoholism on a family.
An ambitious, outrageous and often brutally honest novel.
A magnificent new novel from the Pulitzer-prize winning author, whose most recent novel, The Plot Against America, was hailed as 'the first fictional masterpiece of the twenty-first century'
'A masterpiece' - Newsweek
The startling bestseller by Pulitzer Prize-winner Philip Roth.
'No other writer combines such a surface of colloquial relaxation with such a dense load of mediating intelligence-Roth has never written more scrupulously or, in spots, more lovingly' John Updike, New Yorker
'Roth's best.... No writer alive can sustain a full-length novel at as high a decibel level as Philip Roth' Newsweek
'He writes so well. His prose is both elegant and furious. It can be witty, tender and brutal in a single paragraph' Melvyn Bragg
'A well-tempered triumph-marvellously controlled-mercilessly compact' New Statesman
A brilliant collection of conversations and essays about writers and writing.
'This is a vicious, furious book, unapologetically not of this age - it is also horribly funny and unflinchingly honest' New Statesman
A fascinating glimpse into the mind of one of America's greatest living writers
'The work of a genius at full throttle' Sunday Telegraph
'Knotted with energy, barely wasting a scene or a word in its cracking velocity' Philip Hensher, Mail on Sunday
New to Vintage Classics, this is the Pulitzer-prize winning novel that exposed the American psyche. Still profoundly resonant today, it confirmed Philip Roth as one of the greatest American writers of the twentieth century.
A postwar American masterpiece - Daily Telegraph
A deceptively simple story that raises profound questions about love and loss.
'One of Roth's most brilliant (and funniest) works...a lithe comic masterpiece.' Newsweek