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Objective: Author and Introduction: As introduction to the study of Portnoy's Complaint, we will begin by examining the author, Philip Roth. Philip Roth (born 1933) is an American novelist. He gained fame in 1959 and has since become one of the most honored authors of his generation. Roth's books have twice been awarded the National Book Award, twice the National Book Critics Circle award, and three times the PEN/Faulkner...
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