Camus, plagues, Nemesis, and a discarded Roth story from 1957

Elaine Showalter is surprised so few reviewers of Philip Roth’s Nemesis have mentioned that it’s “a brilliant and compassionate American re-imagining of Albert Camus’s The Plague.” (Via.)


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