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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Releases New Leather-Bound Philip Roth

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Releases New Leather-Bound Philip Roth

NEW YORK—Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced Friday the release of its first limited-edition, leather-bound Philip Roth, which it confirmed will arrive “just in time for the holiday season.” “This engaging and provocative author, now lovingly handcrafted in genuine calf hide, is a must-have for any collector of great American prose fiction writers,” read a press release, which went on to state that the 80-year-old Pulitzer Prize winner and author of Portnoy’s Complaint has never before been made available for purchase in his complete, unabridged form. “With his mottled-leather exterior and 22-karat-gold-accented arms and legs, Mr. Roth makes an excellent showpiece for any home library or study.” Several reviewers have criticized the newly released leather-bound author for what they describe as his unsympathetic treatment of women.

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