Saul Bellow

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Saul Bellow United States author (born in Canada) whose novels influenced American literature after World War II (1915-2005)
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Usage


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Saul Bellow , Chicago, 1973.
Saul Bellow and Janis Bellow , Boston, Massachusetts, 1994.
Saul Bellow 's Letters: Janis Freedman- Bellow and Benjamin Taylor in Conversation with Jonathan Wilson.
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Saul Bellow , Maurice Sendak.
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Saul Bellow , creator of larger-than-life fictional characters, in 2001.
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Author Saul Bellow (r) with author Robert P Warren (l) in New Haven, January 1970.
Saul Bellow , (1915-2005), was an American author.
Humboldt's Gift by Saul Bellow Viking, 487 pp.
It's a while ago now, but James Atlas's biography of Saul Bellow irked me to no end.
Saul Bellow's Letters: Janis Freedman -Bellow and Benjamin Taylor in Conversation with Jonathan Wilson.
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