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Bellow, Saul

Summary: For his centennial (June 10, 2015), The Library of America and editor James Wood present the final volume in the definitive edition of Saul Bellow’s complete novels. In the last stage of his unparalleled career—which included winning the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1976—Saul Bellow remained an uproarious comic storyteller, a provocative thinker deeply engaged with the intellectual...

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Publisher / Publication Date: The Library of America 2014

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Bellow, Saul.

Summary: A suffering and persecuted intellectual, Moses E. Herzog passively accepts the disasters of his private and public affairs in an effort to survive modern civilization.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Penguin Books 2003

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Bellow, Saul.

Summary: Tommy Wilhelm tries to save himself from drowning under the weight of his own existence as his life comes apart around him after failing in his job, marriage, and investments.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Penguin Books 2003

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Bellow, Saul.

Summary: Collects stories featuring such characters as art critic Victor Wulpy, cheeerful and tragic Hattie Waggoner, and death-bed witness Dr. Braun.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Viking 2001

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Bellow, Saul.

Summary: A witty tale of love in what the novel's protagonist describes is the late phase of his maturity. He is Harry Trellman, an expatriate businessman who returns to Chicago dreaming of his high school sweetheart, the only woman he ever loved but who married another. Fate is kind, the woman is available and Trellman begins recovering his lost youth.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Viking 1997

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Bellow, Saul.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Pengiun Books 1996

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Bellow, Saul.

Summary: Celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of "The Adventures of Augie March," and reflects the mid-twentieth-century's psychological turmoil from more inhibited times in a volume that also includes "The Victim" and "Dangling Man."

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Publisher / Publication Date: Library of America 2003

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Bellow, Saul.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Penguin Books 1999

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Bellow, Saul.

Summary: Kenneth Trachtenberg, the witty and eccentric narrator of More Die of Heartbreak, has left his native Paris for the Midwest. He has come to be near his beloved uncle, the world-renowned botanist Benn Crader, self-described "plant visionary." While his studies take him around the world, Benn, a restless spirit, has not been able to satisfy his longings after his first marriage and lives from...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Morrow 1987

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Bellow, Saul.

Summary: "A sweeping collection and a tribute to one of the most influential, daring, and visionary minds of the twentieth century The year 2015 marks several literary milestones: the centennial of Saul Bellow's birth, the tenth anniversary of his death, and the publication of Zachary Leader's much anticipated biography. Bellow, a Nobel Laureate, Pulitzer Prize winner, and the only novelist to receive...

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Publisher / Publication Date: Viking 2015

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Bellow, Saul.

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Publisher / Publication Date: Penguin Books 1998

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Summary: This spoof of documentary films stars Woody Allen as Leonard Zelig, the famous "Chameleon Man" of the 1920's, whose personality was so vague he would assume the characteristics of whomever he came into contact with. Filmed in black-and-white, the movie simulates the look of a newsreel, complete with stentorian narration.

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Publisher / Publication Date: MGM Home Entertainment 2001

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