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Biographies (5)

13,635 words, approx. 46 pages
Biography EssaySaul Bellow is now recognized as one of the most important writers in American literature. As one of two living American Nobel Prize-winners in literature, he inherits the mantle of Hem... Read more
848 words, approx. 3 pages
An American author of fiction, essays, and drama, Saul Bellow (born 1915) reached the first rank of contemporary fiction with his picaresque novel The Adventures of Augie March.Saul Bellow, born of Ru... Read more
7,804 words, approx. 27 pages
Saul Bellow claims the writer is a moralist, obliged to affirm the possibilities for individual life in the human community. Despite literary realism's "myth of the diminished man" and disparagement o... Read more
11,810 words, approx. 40 pages
A sober evaluation of his work leaves no doubt that Saul Bellow is one of the important writers in American literature. As one of two living American Nobel Prize-winners in literature, he inherits the... Read more
4,206 words, approx. 15 pages
Throughout a long and prolific career, Saul Bellow has shown himself to be a stylist equally at ease with the comic and tragic voices. As a writer who often explores the most sensitive and difficult p... Read more