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Jewish American Literature
Jewish American Literature: Saul Bellow

Jewish American:
Saul Bellow

Seize the Day
The Bellarosa Connection

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Hispanic American
Native American

About the Project

Saul Bellow, a Jewish American author, was born in Lachine, Quebec on June 10, 1915. He was brought to Chicago at the age of nine and was educated at the University of Chicago and Northwestern University. He taught at the University of Minnesota, New York University, Princeton, the University of Chicago and Boston University. In 1976, he won the Nobel Prize in literature "for the human understanding and subtle analysis of contemporary culture that are combined in his work."

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Books by Saul Bellow
Dangling Man
The Victim
The Adventures of Augie March
Seize the Day
Henderson the Rain King
Mr. Sammler's Planet
Humboldt's Gift
The Dean's December
To Jerusalem and Back
More Die of Heartbreak
A Theft
The Bellarosa Connection

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