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He investigates their mental and emotional processes as if they belonged to some entirely different species from his own, not merely to a separate gender I hate his misogyny and hate always feeling worse at the end of his books than I did before I started them. My classmates in grad school seemed to view Roth as an old goat: embarrassingly lecherous, out-of-date and incapable of seeing any young woman, flesh-and-blood or fictional, as more than a walking pair of breasts.
My professors, even those who clearly admired Roth, taught him almost apologetically, as if primed for attack. As a year-old woman who is touchy about misogyny, no matter how well-written, I've read enough of and about Roth's work in the last decade to wonder: is it really fair to label him a misogynist at all? And, if it is, does that mean I have to stop reading and enjoying his books? I am a feminist. The kind who gives money to the National Abortion Federation and rants at cocktail parties about the wage gap and rape in the military.
I was earnest, concerned and self-important. I was also terrified of sex—or, more accurately, of pregnancy and disease—at the same time that I desperately wanted to have it. I didn't have sex until I was 20 years old, at which point I realized that it was great fun and quickly shed most of my inhibitions. I love women, and I'm generally put off by those who don't. Roth is the wild card in my library. He's pungent and masculine and un-genteel. He might not have horrified Barbara Pym, but he certainly would have horrified her mild-mannered protagonists.
So why do I find his novels so intriguing that I re-read them year after year? Why, when I finally met him at a lecture one day, was I moved to tears while shaking his hand?
Although, outwardly, we have little in common, I adore Roth because of the traits we do share: irreverence, contrarianism, preoccupation with sex, an eagerness to entertain and be entertained. I've been reading his books since I was 18, and, every time I do, I feel as if I'm reading the funniest and most poignant expression of the thoughts that have flashed through my own brain since adolescence.