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“You can listen to our conversation below, in which we talk about how to time such a revelation, as well as related matters like the Chinese national anthem, the late editor (and his old friend) Ted Solotaroff, and whether Indignation is a "'50s, Bob Newhart Portnoy.”
“The characters in Indignation are for the most part thin and flimsy, and the contrived relationship between the local and the cosmic, or the local and the global, finally manages only to produce a mainly storm-in-a-teacup effect.”
“Bismark said "Indignation is not a political state of mind.”
“Arise! and Messner finds the four-beat word Indignation to be especially heartening in his Kulturkampf with the dean of men.”
“Indignation, which is one of Roth's most traditional, straightforward novels ever, both in terms of narrative structure and the substance of the plot.”
“In the second book, "Indignation," a "boy screws up and winds up getting killed.”
“The ending of "Indignation" is telegraphed near the beginning of the book, but I won't give it away.”
“Maybe my easily triggered pique is why I liked Philip Roth's 2008 novel, "Indignation," so much.”
“Indignation" is a short novel, but not a small one.”
“Indignation," Philip Roth's latest novel, creates its own literary category: the perfect nightmare.”
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