Saul Bellow by Saul Bellow
Novels 1956-1964: Seize the Day, Henderson the Rain King, Herzog (Library of America)

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A collection of definitive Bellow works includes ''Seize the Day,'' in which a failed actor makes a risky investment ''Henderson the Rain King,'' in which a brash adventurer endeavors to come to terms with morality and ''Herzog,'' in which a cuckolded man emb
Title: Saul Bellow Novels, 1956-1964
Author: Bellow, Saul
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
Publication Date: 2007/01/11
Number of Pages: 794
Binding Type: HARDCOVER
Library of Congress: 2006046687
 

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Published January 1, 2007 by Library of America. 800 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Only two-fifths of Saul Bellow’s “epistling” is represented in this magnificent book, but the riches are immense.

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But Katie said in a trembling voice: 'Take your typewriter away and never come to see me again.' " So wrote Saul Bellow (1915-2005) to the playwright Robert Hivnor in 1985.

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Los Angeles Times

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Chatty yet polished, and always vibrant, Bellow's letters serve as the autobiography he never wrote.

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The Telegraph

These provided material both for his writing and .

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Chicago Sun Times

With the acclaim for Augie and its National Book Award in 1954, Bellow's career safely settled into its remarkably productive rhythm of a major new work every few years - despite the familial chaos - and a regular collection of major awards and prizes.

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The New York Review of Books

My own view is that since Henry James and Henry Adams did not hesitate to express their dislike of Jews there is no reason why Jews, while full of respect for these masters, should not be free to write as they please about them.

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