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Archive for September, 1995

  1. Frederick Barthelme’s “Painted Desert”  • 
    "Painted Desert," Frederick Barthelme's sixth novel and a pseudo-sequel to his acclaimed "The Brothers," offers a thoughtful road trip through the psyche of America. Barthelme has plugged in to the currents of frustration that run through us all these days and provided us with some much-needed grounding.
  2. Philip Roth’s “Sabbath’s Theater”  • 
    After decade or two of metaphysical tricks and postmodern identity crises, with "Sabbath's Theater" Philip Roth has finally gotten back around to what he does best: offending people.