From 2010: A rare look at author Philip Roth Posted on July 30, 2019July 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation I wish I was a poet Johnny Lothoss(lyric)Still Night: Music in Poetry (promo) 12 thoughts on “From 2010: A rare look at author Philip Roth” “When the whole world doesn’t believe in God, it’ll be a great place.” Well said. Reply I read "Goodbye Columbus" in High School and have been hooked ever since. Reply Why he hasn't won the Nobel is just disgraceful. Reply The best writer !! Reply The first book I read of his was Portnoy's Complaint and that was back in 1972, have read a few more since and thankfully still have more to discover. I don't know who this Rita Braver is but how insulting of Sunday Morning to send a gossip columnist only interested in fishing out titbits to interview Philip Roth. His annoyance was visible. Reply God, I love Philip Roth so much. I can't, still can't believe they didn't give him a Nobel… Reply A man unto himself, with no opinions of others.How beautiful it must be to live life wealthy and unencumbered.Still, his writing was terrific, a great author. I shall miss him. Reply Braver comes across as a silly little schoolgirl. Reply Wow. Did he die alone? Reply Can't you bring us a report on "Portnoy's Complaint"? ? Reply I love Phillip. Share same views on god. Reply hardcore atheist. lol Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.