Saul Bellow: Settling My Accounts Before I Go Away by Saul Bellow

Saul Bellow: Settling My Accounts Before I Go Away

bySaul Bellow, Norman Manea

Paperback | July 16, 2013

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Words & Images: the Jerusalem Literary Project is a non-profit endeavor dedicated to the documentation and preservation of in-depth interviews with leading Jewish writers and thinkers of our time, invited to talk about their oeuvre, personal history, and connections between their life’s work and their Jewish identity.

“…I judged all modern prose by Bellow’s … I could not thank him enough when he was alive, and I cannot now.”—James Wood, The New Republic

About The Author

SAUL BELLOW (1915–2005) won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1976. NORMAN MANEA won the Nelly Sachs Prize and a MacArthur Grant. He teaches at Bard College. His books include The Hooligan’s Return, The Lair and On Clowns: The Dictator and the Artist.
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Title:Saul Bellow: Settling My Accounts Before I Go AwayFormat:PaperbackDimensions:106 pages, 9 × 6.48 × 0.32 inPublished:July 16, 2013Publisher:SHEEP MEADOW PRESSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1937679128

ISBN - 13:9781937679125

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Table of Contents

Some Thoughts on Saul Bellow by Norman Manea
Part One: “Stop Carrying On Like an Immigrant”
Part Two: “In Writing, My Job Is to Be Myself”
Part Three: “The Only Solution Is to Die Happy”
Part Four: “There’s No Coming between a Jew and His Jokes”