An Expedition of Pain and Despondency in Philip Roth’s The Ghost Writer

1MANVI VERMA

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Abstract:

Philip Milton Roth, a marvellous American novelist who was splendidly famous for his fathomless examination of American identity. His works are stuffed with autobiographical ascendancy and supremacy as he is in every of the foremost outstanding writer of America’s postmodern era. In the itinerary of a really long journey and career, Philip Milton Roth took on several guises- primarily versions of himself – within the exploration of what it means that to be an American novelist, a Jew. He was actually a titlist of Eastern European novelist. Roth’s fiction centres around the semi-autobiographical motifs, whereas conveying the perils of making connections between an author and his fictional lives and voices self- consciously and such relationships and connections include narrator and protagonist like Nathan Zuckerman, David Keplish. Though Roth’s writings usually explored the soul expertise in America, author rejected being labelled a Jewish American author.

Keywords:

Pain, Alienation, and creativity

Paper Details
Month10
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 10
Pages8140-8146