Category Archives: Joesph Roth

Marking the end of an era: ‘The Radetzky March’ by Joseph Roth

‘The Radetzky March’ has been on my reading list for simply ages.  Last summer I wrote about my expectations of Roth’s classic as ‘an Austro-Hungarian ‘War and Peace.’  I can now confirm that this is a terrible description of the … Continue reading

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‘Rebellion’ by Joseph Roth

There is a hat trick of literary Roths out there, waiting to be collected by literary completists.   Personally I’ve written extensively about the late Philip Roth (admittedly not on the blog, but only because it would feel repetitive after completing … Continue reading

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