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Philip Roth insists 'I have no desire to write fiction'

by Alison Flood
'I did what I did and it's done', novelist tells interviewer, explaining that these days he's keener on swimming and watching baseball • 29 weeks ago

Philip Roth insists 'I have no desire to write fiction'

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