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 - Alex - Goodreads
A ditty of Rothian id. Reads as if he knocked out the 83 pages during one long afternoon. Silly on the surface, but so much conviction in the silliness. Roth's pet themes are here: lust and impotence and WANT. Read full review
Review: The BreastUser Review - Nick Sconce - Goodreads
Male English professor turns into a boob. A sad, self-absorbed boob, who can't imagine looking forward to nourishing or sustaining life and only waits eagerly to be fondled. I suppose that was the ... Read full review