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Roth day, Beck-ian scholarship, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, books critic Adam Kirsch reviews Philip Roth’s new novel, Nemesis, while contributing editor Eryn Loeb uses the occasion as an excuse to devour Roth’s ouevre, which she had previously ignroed. Michelle Goldberg exposes Glenn Beck’s favorite “historian,” David Barton. Please consider giving Man Booker Prize-nominated Howard Jacobson’s ping-pong profile, which we have published for the first time stateside, a read: It’s long, but absolutely fantastic. Which doesn’t mean you should skip The Scroll!

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