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What the young girl went through was so horrific, I wanted nothing to do with any of i. This is a very powerful book about the life of a drug addict. I read it at the request of a coworker when I worked at an alcohol and drug rehab as a counselor and nurse's aide in Lake Mary, Florida. It helped open my eyes and gave me insight about how to better understand and deal with the adolescents on the unit where I worked.
Philip Roth's altered image of America's past in The Plot Against America is a stroke .
Philip Roth's altered image of America's past in The Plot Against America is a stroke of genius, says Blake Morrison. The narrator is Philip Roth, aged seven, and the family at the book's centre are his family - father Herman, mother Bess and brother Sandy. The Roths understand the threat posed by Lindbergh, as do their Jewish neighbours, but each member of the family responds differently. Already there's a pressure to pretend not to see what's going on. Further frictions arise when, under the auspices of a scheme called "Just Folks", Sandy disappears for the summer for an "apprenticeship" with a Kentucky tobacco farmer.