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Saul Bellow

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1976 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Saul Bellow News

Steven Berkoff: Marriage forces men to become lying cheats and erodes their spirit

Evening Standard
Nor could it be compared to the Viagra literature championed by writers like Tom Wolfe, Philip Roth or Saul Bellow. Berkoff says he doesn't take Viagra and has never read EL James. But he believes there are plenty of men who will identify with the ...

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'Much to Think About': Saul Bellow's nonfiction

The Denver Post
For the title of a new collection of nonfiction by Saul Bellow, Benjamin Taylor borrowed the name of a 1992 essay that Bellow wrote called "There is Simply Too Much to Think About." In this splendid volume, Bellow does indeed give us much to think ...

1976 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Saul Bellow News

Liberal Lawyers: Follow the Money

American Thinker (blog)
To quote Saul Bellow: "Public virtue is a kind of ghost town into which anyone can move and declare himself sheriff." That is essentially the definition of moral relativism. Lawyers love the chaos of a relativistic society because that means more ...

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Review: 'There Is Simply Too Much to Think About,' by Saul Bellow

Minneapolis Star Tribune
Readers acquainted with the work of Saul Bellow only through such novels as “The Adventures of Augie March” and “Humboldt's Gift” may be unaware that the Nobel Prize-winning writer was also an astute literary and cultural critic. Thanks to editor ...

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