David Kepesh
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  • 1
    The Breast | Philip Roth

    The Breast

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 49 mins)
    • By Philip Roth
    • Narrated By David Colacci
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    Like a latter-day, Gregor Smasa, Professor David Kepesh wakes up one morning to find that he has been transformed. But where Kafka's protagonist turned into a giant beetle, the narrator of Philip Roth's richly conceived fantasy has become a 155-pound female breast. What follows is a deliriously funny yet touching exploration of the full implications of Kepesh's metamorphosis - a daring heretical book that brings us face to face with the intrinsic strangeness of sex and subjectivity.

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    The Professor of Desire | Philip Roth

    The Professor of Desire

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Philip Roth
    • Narrated By David Colacci
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    As a student in college, David Kepesh styles himself "a rake among scholars, a scholar among rakes." Little does he realize how prophetic this motto will be - or how damning. For as Philip Roth follows Kepesh from the domesticity of childhood into the vast wilderness of erotic possibility, from a ménage a trios in London to the throes of loneliness in New York, he creates a supremely intelligent, affecting, and often hilarious novel about the dilemma of pleasure.

    Excellent

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    He gets deeply into men`s sexuality

    Reviewed on March 04 2013 by Enrique (Chile)
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    The Dying Animal | Philip Roth

    The Dying Animal

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Philip Roth
    • Narrated By Tom Stechschulte
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    Philip Roth, one of the best-known and award winning literary masters of our time, engages his readership with insightful and challenging novels of the human condition. With The Dying Animal, he revisits the character David Kepesh. At age 60, Kapesh is drawn out of his carefully ordered existence and into an obsessive affair with one of his students.

    Breathtaking...

    Nothing in the summary hints at the sucker-punch that this book delivers in its heartrending conclusion. The frame of this novel is the love affair b..Show More »

    Reviewed on August 25 2010 by Everett Leiter (New York, NY)