Philip Roth is one of the most acclaimed American authors of the 20th century. His Zuckerman novels, based on the "fictional" exploits of emotionally conflicted Jewish novelist Nathan Zuckerman, are a splendid mix of comedy and tragedy. Zuckerman Unbound
considers the problem of artistic triumph born of domestic upheaval. Roth's prose finds an extraordinary complement with George Guidall's robust narration.
©1981 Philip Roth; (P)2003 Recorded Books