By Jonathan Brent
Arnie Mesnikoff, Unbound
In “Nemesis,” Philip Roth has written a deeply Proustian narrative of remembrance and loss in which the invisible power of the past takes its vengeance upon a 5’4”, short-sighted, earnest and physically powerful young man of limited imagination but innocent and good intentions. Understanding the position of the Jew in the modern world, as Max…
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