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- BEYOND ALL PHILOSOPHIES: THE DYNAMIC VISION OF SAUL BELLOW. Rodrigues, Eusebio // Studies in the Literary Imagination;Fall84, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p97
Focuses on the book 'Humboldt's Gift,' by Saul Bellow published in 1975. Dismissal of the modern belief that man has a single existence that ends with death in the book; Protagonists of Bellow; Core element of Bellow's belief.
- The bear and the garden. Stein, Benjamin J. // American Spectator;Sep98, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p54
A personal narrative is presented in which the author describes various events during a week including the death of his family's pet dog, a lecture by author Saul Bellow, and his attempts to travel to New York City from Washington, D.C., to promote a book that he authored.
- SAUL BELLOW. Gunther, Ralph // Giants in Their Field: An Introduction to the Nobel Prizes in Li;1993, p431
A biography of Saul Bellow, a writer, is presented. He was born in Lachine, Quebec on July 10, 1915. They migrated in Chicago, Illinois and studied at the Tuley High School. He enrolled in the University of Chicago then transferred to Northwestern University and obtained his degree. He then...
- COLLECTED STORIES (Book Review). Patterson, Troy // Entertainment Weekly;11/16/2001, Issue 625/626, p168
Reviews the book 'Collected Stories,' by Saul Bellow.
- The Inchoate Self in Saul Bellow's Herzog. Zucker, Elyse // Saul Bellow Journal;Winter2015, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p15
A literary criticism of the book "Herzog," by Saul Bellow is presented. It mentions that the novel struggles with pre-oedipal issues with the concept of marriage. It focuses on the narcissistic pathology discussed in the novel. It mentions that the author focuses on the struggle between life and...
- Befriending Death: Death, Soul and Eternity in Saul Bellow's Humboldt's Gift. George, Binu // Language in India;Sep2013, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p78
Saul Bellow (1915-2005), winner of many awards including Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize, seriously discusses the theme of death along with its interrelated concepts of soul and eternity in his well received novel Humboldt's Gift (1975), which earned him a Pulitzer Prize. He harmonizes various...
- Him with His Heart and Temper in His Pen. Weinstein, Ann // Studies in American Jewish Literature (Purdue University Press);2011, Vol. 30, p99
The article discusses Saul Bellow's letters as a self-portrait of himself and as a portrait of his times. It indicates that his letters are his way of explaining himself and how his main characters are versions of himself. It notes that he continues to apologize for being a procrastinator and...
- James Atlas. // Booklist;6/1/2006-6/15/2006, Vol. 102 Issue 19/20, p32
This article presents an interview with James Atlas, who has written two major literary biographies, one of Delmore Schwartz, the other of Saul Bellow. Atlas comments on the role biography has played in literature, his use of Plutarch and Aubrey as inspirations for his work in the brief lives...
- Passages. Bonawitz, Amy // People;4/18/2005, Vol. 63 Issue 15, p105
Presents news briefs about celebrities as of April 18, 2005. Birth of a daughter for actor Christian Bale and his wife, Sibi; Engagement of Ray Housteau and Deana Shane, who were both contestants on the reality television program "The Amazing Race"; Fine that actress Hilary Swank must pay for...