Like a latter-day Gregor Samsa, Professor David Kepesh wakes up one morning to find that he has been transformed. But where Kafka's protagonist turned into a giant beetle, the narrator of Philip Roth's richly conceived fantasy has become a 155-pound female breast. What follows is a deliriously funny yet touching exploration of the fully implications of Kepesh's metamorphosis - a daring, heretical book that brings us face to face with the intrinsic strangeness of sex and subjectivity.
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Review: The BreastUser Review - Mark - Goodreads
Pre-read: Titilating. Post-read: The titular tit is a tit. This has to be something from Roth's early days, thrust later on his publisher who, given Roth's previous track record, must have said, "Sure ... Read full review
Review: The BreastUser Review - Anthony - Goodreads
Roth's very 70s take on Kafka's Metamorphosis and Gogol's The Nose is just the right amount of sexual neurosis. 89 pages to be exact. David Kepesh, Roth's professiorial alter ego, is so obsessed with ... Read full review