This Biography is about one of the best Novelist Philip Roth including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Philip Roth
|Philip Milton Roth
|Personal Life of Philip Roth
|19 March 1933
|Newark, New Jersey, USA
|Family Background of Philip Roth
|Bess (ne Finkel)
|Claire Bloom (m. 1990-1995), Margaret Martinson (m. 1959-01968)
|Weequahic High School, Bucknell University, University of Chicago,
|2006 – PEN/Nabokov Award for lifetime achievement 2007 – PEN/Faulkner Award 2007 – PEN/Saul Bellow Award for Achievement in American Fiction
2012 – Prince of Asturias Awards for literature 2005 – James Fenimore Cooper Prize for Best Historical Fiction 2005 – Sidewise Award for Alternate History 2001 – WH Smith Literary Award 2001 – PEN/Faulkner Award 2001 – Franz Kafka Prize 1998 – Pulitzer Prize 1995 – National Book Award 1960 – National Book Award 1986 – National Book Critics Circle Award (NBCCA) 1991 – National Book Critics Circle Award (NBCCA) 1994 – PEN/Faulkner Award 1998 – Ambassador Book Award of the English-Speaking Union 2008 – IMPAC Award 2009 – IMPAC Award 2010 – The Paris Review Hadada Prize 2011 – Man Booker International Prize
|Personal Fact of Philip Roth
An academician and a Pulitzer Prize winning novelist, Philip Roth is a name to reckon with, in the list of US writers of his generation. He is, by far, one of the most acclaimed and awarded writers. Interestingly, unlike others who slogged to get themselves enlisted amongst the prestigious writers of the generation, Roth jumped to fame with his very first venture, Goodbye Columbus. What’s more, he even bagged a National Book Award for the same.
While his novels are based on different genres and highlight the different aspects of life and nature, one thing that binds all of them and typecasts his writing is the presence of a strong fictional autobiographical character who through his proceedings explicitly determines the difference between reality and fiction.
While his first novella established him as a coveted writer, it was his fourth publication that cemented his position in the world of publication. Winner of two National Book Awards, three PEN/Faulkner Awards, one Pulitzer Prize and a long list of other prestigious awards, he is known for bringing to life the character of Nathan Zuckerman, his alter-ego in many of his novels and novellas.