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This Woman Wrote A Book That Seems To Be A Roman À Clef About An Affair With Philip Roth

Lisa Halliday won the Whiting Award for her first novel, in which an editorial assistant meets a famous writer on a bench. The writer is pretty clearly modeled on Roth. "The likeness is no accident. Ms. Halliday, 41, and Mr. Roth, 84, are good friends. And for a time, when she was in her 20s […]
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