Human Disgrace

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Title: Human Disgrace

Author: Philip Roth

Translator: Zahra Taravati

Publisher: Nimaj

Subject: American stories

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 480

Language: Farsi

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Introducing the book Human Disgrace by Philip Roth
“Human Disgrace” by Philip Roth (1933) is one of the most important writers in the history of American literature and the winner of the 2001 Penn / Faulkner Prize, the WWH Smith Award, the New York Times Prize, and the 2011 Man Booker Prize. “Human Shame” is an extremely beautiful novel based on which a 2003 feature film was made.

This book is in fact a bitter critique of the deep racism of American society. Philip Roth is also always famous for these bitter novels. He has been a Nobel Laureate in Literature for many years and is always among the top three winners. In one of the American publications, this novel is known as the best novel of the first decade of the twentieth century.

The novel is full of various sub-narratives of this life, in the background of which we can see the Vietnam War, political assassinations, the rise of hippies, economic prosperity and the turmoil of a burning generation.
Roth, who in most of his novels focuses on the historical mezzanines of historical narratives and whose mortal view dominates, in this novel depicts the rise and fall of a generation of dreamers centered on a famous “Swedish” character. Some believe that it is too late to award the Nobel Prize to this retired author.
Excerpt: Primus is in his early thirties. He was the father of two children and the wife of a young philosophy professor with a doctorate, who was hired by Coleman himself four years ago.

In New England and in a university town like Athena, where most of the professions and jobs are for L.A. ال. Equipped, the young man wore a sleek, sleek, sleek black shirt, with his soft, athletic build, his sleek, well-tailored ironed suit, his shiny black shoes, and his well-groomed white shirt. , Appeared in his office.

His custom-made, well-groomed type of clothing was not only a sign of self-confidence, self-importance, and self-respect, but also a sign that he hated any clutter, sloppiness, or sloppiness. And all of this clearly shows that Nelson Primus is thirsty for more than just a desk upstairs in the Talbot store across the green …

Excerpts from the book Human Disgrace

I had a friend in the Navy named Farriello. Specialization in adultery. When we went to Norfolk to dance, he would go straight to the ugliest girl. When I laughed at him, he nodded and said you do not know what gift you are missing. He said that many stupid men do not know this.

I do not understand when you approach the ugliest woman, she is exactly the most wonderful woman on Friday. Because it was never anyone’s choice. While the other girls were dancing, she stood in a corner and watched. Just get close to it. You will both tremble with excitement then.

Primus is in his early thirties. He was the father of two children and the wife of a young professor of philosophy who had a doctorate, and Coleman himself hired him four years ago.

In New England and in a university town like Athena, where most of the careers and jobs are for L.A. ال. Equipped, this handsome, slender, handsome young man in black, with his soft build and athleticism, every morning in his sleek, well-tailored suit, his shiny black shoes, and his white-striped shirt. His first name was carefully and delicately engraved on him, appearing in his office.

The custom, well-sewn and clean type of clothing was not only a sign of self-confidence, importance and personal respect, but also showed that he hated any clutter and sloppiness. And all of this well illustrates that Nelson Primus is thirsty for more than just a desk upstairs in the Talbot store across the green.

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