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Prague orgy

Philip Roth

Prague orgy

by Philip Roth

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Published by Cape in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPhilip Roth.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3568.O855
The Physical Object
Pagination89p. ;
Number of Pages89
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22352451M
ISBN 100224028154

"The Prague Orgy" extends its predecessors but differs from them as well. Roth sets most of the book in Prague, , when Czechoslovakia was in the midst of the Soviet Union's communist domination. Much of the book turns on the plight of the writer under a ruthless communist regime and thus shifts from Zuckerman's preoccupation with his own 4/5(15).   The Prague Orgy by Philip Roth, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(K).

The Prague Orgy takes the American novelist Nathan Zuckerman on a quixotic journey to search for the stories of an unknown Yiddish writer. The entries from Zuckermans notebooks are rich with comedy and dense with observation, detailing his relationship with the oppressed artists of communist Prague. The Prague Orgy, consisting of entries from protagonist Nathan Zuckerman's notebooks recording his sojourn among these outcast artists, completes the trilogy and epilogue Zuckerman bound. It provides a startling ending to Roth's intricately designed magnum opus on the unforeseen consequences of art.

Philip Roth, considered one of the best American post-war writers, granted rights to shoot the final book of his Zuckerman Bound trilogy, The Prague Orgy [+ see also: trailer film profile], to Czech writer-director-producer Irena Pavlásková back in It marks the first time that a Czech filmmaker receives rights from a literary figure of such esteem and reputation.   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Prague orgy by Philip Roth, , Vintage Books edition, in English - 1st Vintage International by:


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The Prague Orgy () is a novella by Philip short book is the epilogue to his trilogy Zuckerman story follows Roth's alter ego Nathan Zuckerman, on a journey to Communist Prague in seeking the unpublished manuscripts of a Yiddish writer. The book, presented as journal entries by Zuckerman, details the struggle of demoralized artists in a Collections: Reading Myself and Others ().

The Prague Orgy is of that disturbing eminence: obscenely outrageous and yet brilliantly reflective of a paranoid reality that has become universal." - Harold Bloom, The New York Times Book Review "(T)his is a scabrous, gutsy and scathing book. The small novel, or rather novella, The Prague Orgy" can be treated as an appendix to the trilogy about the Jewish-American writer Nathan Zuckerman.

This slim volume is the example of the real wave of the novels appearing in the s by American authors, who described the Eastern European countries under the communist regime, most often based /5(3). The Prague Orgy, consisting of entries from protagonist Nathan Zuckerman's notebooks recording his sojourn among these outcast artists, completes the trilogy and epilogue Zuckerman bound.

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In The Prague Orgy, Zuckerman goes to Eastern Europe, where the secret police track his every move. And in many of his novels, Roth speaks of the horrors of a century of American militarism, from World War I and II to Vietnam and Korea to Afghanistan and Iraq.

Following is a brief excerpt from "The Prague Orgy," the novella-length epilogue to Philip Roth's Zuckerman trilogy ("The Ghost Writer,".

F or the first time after reading one of Roth’s Zuckerman book, I don’t feel the uncontrollable urge to read the next one straight away. But wait. That’s not because The Prague Orgy tainted the aura or turned me off at all.

On the contrary, I feel like this book was the perfect conclusion — or, rather, the perfect coda — to the previous three books: The Ghost Writer, Zuckerman. Print book: Fiction: English: New edView all editions and formats Summary: In search of the unpublished manuscript of a martyred Yiddish writer, American novelist Nathan Zuckerman travels to Soviet-occupied Prague in the mids.

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The Prague Orgy, consisting of entries from Zuckerman's notebooks recording his sojourn among these outcast artists, completes the trilogy and epilogue Zuckerman Bound. It provides a startling ending to Roth's intricately designed magnum opus on the unforeseen consequences of art.

The Prague Orgy, consisting of entries from protagonist Nathan Zuckerman's notebooks recording his sojourn among these outcast artists, completes the Nathan Zuckerman series.

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