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A Harem of Translators: Isaac Bashevis Singer at the San Francisco Jewish Film ...

Huffington Post
His first translator was Saul Bellow, no less, whose parents were Yiddish-speaking Russian Jews. Bellow's translation of Singer's story "Gimpel the Fool" appeared in a 1953 issue of Partisan Review and quickly established Singer in the English-speaking ...

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The 9 Best Sentences You'll Read This Summer

Esquire.com (blog)
Not that an old woman didn't sometimes get an interest in a young man, particularly if he was as attractive as Parker felt he was, but this old woman looked at him the same way she looked at her old tractor—as if she had to put up with it because it ...

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Life of Saul Bellow review: Striking a balance between the work and the sleaze

Sydney Morning Herald
... Saul Bellow: To Fame and Fortune, 1915-1964, by Zachary Leader, could be seen as something of a corrective for anyone who needed reminding that Bellow did more with his life than just woo and discard women. Commissioned by Bellow's literary estate, ...

1976 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Saul Bellow News

Notable & Quotable: How the French Could Accept Stalin

Wall Street Journal
From a 1998 letter from Saul Bellow to fellow novelist Philip Roth: Now there is a real mystery about Communists in the West, to limit myself to those. How were they able to accept Stalin—one of the most monstrous tyrants ever? You would have thought ...

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