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The ghost writer
Philip Roth
Adult Fiction ROTH

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Both these novels follow protagonist Nathan Zuckerman through different times in his life‘Ghost Writer, dubbed a "glowing work of fiction" by LJ's reviewer (LJ 9/1/79), introduced the character in his youth, while 1981's Unbound offers him in his mid-30s. Roth's many fans will be happy to see these again. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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main characters Nathan Zuckerman
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Age: 23
Jewish
Graduate of the University of Chicago; had four stories published; hurt his family with his writing; infatuated with the Great Books; visits his reclusive idol, E. I. Lonoff; attempts to confront his life and work; committed to his destiny as a writer.
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