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The Life and Times of Saul Bellow

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Next month marks the centennial of the birth of Saul Bellow, the literary icon known for classic novels like “The Adventures of Augie March” and “Herzog.” Zachary Leader, the author of a new biography on Bellow, joins us to talk about the Nobel Prize winner’s early years and lasting legacy.


Zachary Leader, author of "The Life of Saul Bellow: To Fame and Fortune, 1915-1964," professor of English literature at Roehampton University in Great Britain and fellow of the Royal Society of Literature


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