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    Si Dios es bueno y todopoderoso, ¿por qué permite la muerte de un niño? La pregunta a la que se enfrentó Dostoievski vuelve en la última novela del escritor judío norteamericano Philip Roth, que anuncia con este libro su despedida de la literatura.

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    Philip Roth quits writing.

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    El Príncipe de Asturias corona el magisterio de Philip Roth

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