Philip Roth’s next novel, “Everyman,” will be published in May by Houghton Mifflin, the company announced yesterday. Janet Silver, the publisher of the Houghton Mifflin division that will publish the book, called it “an elegant and deeply moving story of regret and loss in the shocking face of mortality.” The last novel from Mr. Roth, “The Plot Against America,” spent 16 weeks on the hardcover fiction best-seller list of The New York Times, climbing as high as No. 2. Houghton Mifflin declined to comment on how much of an advance it paid for “Everyman,” which it said will be Mr. Roth’s 27th book.
Philip Roth is like so dreamy.
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