Roiphe, Anne Richardson
Mar 16, 2011 — In Anne Roiphe's memoir of hard drinking and hard loving in the 1950s, the writer recalls the "The bottomless tumblers; the never-ashed cigarettes" of her youth. But, as Alice Gregory writes, it wasn't all romance and revelry,
Mar 15, 2011 — In Art and Madness, her memoir of the literary 1950s, writer Anne Roiphe describes going into labor by herself in a snowdrift, unable to wake her sleeping playwright husband. Over the years, she learns her own power, charting her course through feminism and a life in art.
Dec 23, 2008 — After 39 years together, Anne Roiphe lost her husband, Herman, to a heart attack. For her, time moves on, but she remains suspended — "like the fly [she] saw in an amber stone, waiting for release." Still, she takes steps to rebuild her life.