Additional Resources for Herzog by Saul Bellow

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Dutton, Robert R., Saul Bellow, Twayne Publishers, 1982. Dutton presents a thoughtful study of the themes in Bellow's novels.

Fuchs, Daniel, Saul Bellow: Vision and Revision, Duke University Press, 1984.

The first two chapters provide informative background
information on Bellow's place in the modern
tradition and his relationship to Dostoevsky. The remaining
chapters offer penetrating analyses of his
novels, including studies of his manuscripts.



Kiernan, Robert F., Saul Bellow, Continuum, 1989.

The first chapter of this book presents valuable information
on Bellow's life and career. The remainder
of the work critiques one novel per chapter. Kiernan
draws interesting comparisons between Bellow
and William Faulkner.



Malin, Irving, ed., Saul Bellow and the Critics, New York University Press, 1967.

This collection of critical essays considers the general
trends in critiquing Bellow's fiction, including concentrations
on themes, characterizations, imagery,
style, and sources. The last chapter, written by Bellow,
considers the author's view of the...



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