No other German literary critic has spoken as often and as extensively with Philip Roth as Spiegel editor Volker Hage. In these interviews, some of them conducted at the writer's home, Roth not only talks about his books but also about American politics and people, about literature and life. Chronologically ordered, they constitute a colourfully annotated bibliography and present a portrait of a highly productive man who has become the mostread American writer of his generation. Why he still has not won the Nobel Prize, remains a mystery.
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