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Philip Roth's twenty-seventh book takes its title from an anonymous fifteenth-century English allegorical play whose drama centres on the summoning ... Show synopsis

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Sweetmeadowme

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by Sweetmeadowme on Jul 26, 2007

Average book about man with health challenges ...o.k., so he does explain his feelings a bit better than most men would re: disabilities and recoveries from surgeries and modifying lifestyle and overcoming some challenges ( no sex0 and the end is sad but no dogears or underlines here.

ireney518

Journey's End...

by ireney518 on Mar 22, 2007

This is Philip Roth at his best. After reading Patrimony, I expected no less. Everyman is Philip Roth's personal examination of a life. It is about the unexpected end of the journey and how one man deals with it. We too will relive our best and brightest moments; struggle with the pain of losing loved ones through indifference, divorce, or sheer laziness; and quietly attempt to reconcile our past with our present. Along the way, we will laugh, cry, and accept that we are human. One of our greatest literary minds challenging his own perceptions and misconceptions at a point in life we all must face. These challenges remain long after the reading is finished.

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theneighbor

Real life reveiled.

by theneighbor on Mar 16, 2007

This is a well told look at real life from the perspective of an elderly individual. You will experience laughter, awe, sadness, and hope. It is an inside look that brings with it understanding that would not be obtained otherwise.

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