from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Roth, Philip Milton Born 1933. American writer whose witty and ironic fiction, including the novel Portnoy's Complaint (1969), concerns middle-class Jewish life.
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- proper n. A surname of German origin.
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- n. United States writer whose novels portray middle-class Jewish life (born in 1933)
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Steve Batey, 59, of Forest Acres, S.C., plans to retire in seven to 10 years, so he's not sure whether converting to a Roth is a good idea.
Roth is lovingly attentive to Newark, but evokes the rural landscape in cliches: This was the wide-open spaces.
If the value of the converted Roth is less than it was at the time of conversion, clients can "basically undo the transaction."
Chairman Steven Roth is known as a shrewd real-estate deal-maker who is willing to take risks to take property he sees as undervalued.
Tim Roth is terrific as Cal Lightman, the detective who specialises in decoding the neuroses of others while being prone to a few of his own.
I also wondered about the Americans (Roth is there though) but maybe the literature of Fitzgerald, Faulkner or James resonates less across the Atlantic?
"Lives into stories, stories into lives," says his biographer Hermione Lee, "that's the name of Roth's double game."
Yessiree, Roth is back pacing the street's of his hometown, but not, as in The Plot Against America, foraging for a parable.
Eric Roth is very hit or miss, so, I'm a bit skeptical on that front.
Hayes Roth is chief marketing officer of Landor Associates.