Philip Roth – The Continuing Presence is a groundbreaking collection of psychologically-themed, new, contemporary essays on Philip Roth written by some of the most prestigious and prominent Roth scholars in the world. There are also included important studies of psychoanalytically related essays/interviews that bring to light hither to fore forgotten or suppressed aspects of Roth’s personal life that directly influenced his writings such as the incestual and oedipal nature of his relationships with his parents and brother.Jane Statlander-Slote attended William Paterson University in New Jersey, where she earned her B.A. and M.A. in English and English Literature. She has a PhD in American Literature and Studies from the University of New England, Australia. She also has an M.F.A. degree in Film Studies and Production. She is an accomplished poet, and has produced a work of autobiographical fiction, with the setting largely based in Newark, NJ, as well as essays and fictional works. In addition to her current book on Philip Roth, she has completed a documentary film on Philip Roth and is planning future documentaries on Jewish-Christian studies.She has taught Women’s Studies, Comparative Literature, Poetry, American Literature, Jewish American literature, Composition and presently teaches Composition and World literature at Miami International University of Art & Design. She began teaching pre-school, elementary and high school and has been teaching on the university level for two decades. Northeast Books & Publishing is distributed by Cardinal Publishers Group.