MY LIFE AS A MAN is a book published by Philip Roth in 1974.
Peter Tarnopol is a very successful young writer trying to get rid of his psychotic wife Maureen by all the New-York legal ways. Condemned to pay high alimonies to her, he wants to describe their relationship in his second novel. He will be helped in his task by Dr. Spielvogel, a psychiatrist who's patiently hearing Peter's nightmarish souvenirs. Peter Tarnopol will discover, a little too late, that he can't adopt in everyday life the same behaviour and attitudes of the heroes of the great novels of Literature.
Ferociously misogynous. Highly recommended.
The review of this Book prepared by Daniel Staebler