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Recommended Reading: The Victim

The 1950s for Saul Bellow were glorious years in terms of creativity: in a relatively short time, he produced the sprawling The Adventures of Augie March followed by the compact masterpiece Seize the Day.  The 40s for Bellow though were ruminant years, where his work took on a seriousness and solemnity that was shucked off … Continue reading