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Saul Bellow and the Struggle at the Center (Georgia State Literary…

by Eugene Hollahan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0404632122, Hardcover)

Based upon the autumn 1984 issue of "Studies in the Literary Imagination", this volume retains some earlier essays and adds new examinations of the entire oeuvre of Bellow. There are essays by recognized scholars as well as several by emerging Bellow scholars. As a continuing examination of a living writer, this collection will serve to address questions that the volume editor has determined are of most importance. Eugene Hollahan has written, "wherever Bellow's philosophical development has led him, we must look at his latest novel to discover that position".

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