"Goodbye, Columbus" by Phillip Roth
Throughout Goodbye, Columbus, Phillip Roth continuously displays the ethnic social satire of Jewish people. As he clearly shows in his text, there is a distinct difference between middle-class Jews, upper-class Jews, Jews who acquired their wealth in America, and modern American Jews. Through the eyes of Neil Klugman, the protagonist of the novella, who is a middle-class Jew, Roth allows the reader to interpret the irony and satire of all four types of Jews that were presented in the story.
"Once I'd driven out of Newark, past Irvington and the packed-in tangle of railroad crossings, switc…
- "Goodbye, Columbus" by Phillip Roth
- Man in American Romanticism
- Points of View and Narrative Voices in Salomon Rushdy’s Story “Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella of Spain”
E-pasta adrese, uz kuru nosūtīt darba saiti:
Saite uz darbu: