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|August 23, 2014

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Notre espèce est-elle folle? Les preuves n’en manquent pas. Ainsi pense Mr. Sammler, rescapé de l’Holocauste. Dans le New York décomplexé des années soixante, cet intellectuel d’un autre temps observe avec stupéfaction l’hédonisme ambiant. Et les promesses d’un…
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|July 21, 2010

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The great novel of the American dream, of “the universal eligibility to be noble,” Saul Bellow’s third book charts the picaresque journey of one schemer, chancer, romantic, and holy fool: Augie March. Awarded the National Book Award in 1953, The Adventures of…
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|October 29, 2015

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Journaliste de mode new-yorkaise renommée, Clara Velde s'est mariée quatre fois. Mais elle reste éperdument amoureuse d'Ithiel, qu'elle a connu avant tous les autres. Incapable de s'engager, il lui avait pourtant offert une bague sertie d'une émeraude qu'elle…
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|April 19, 2016

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In More Die of Heartbreak , our erratic narrator explains to his audience that he must abandon Paris for the Midwest. Of course, Kenneth merely wants to be closer to his beloved uncle, the world-famous botanist Benn Crader, to receive the older man’s worldly…
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|October 21, 2009

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“The work of a great master still locked in unequal combat with Eros and Time.” – The New York Times Book Review In this dazzling work of fiction, Nobel Laureate Saul Bellow writes comically and wisely about the tenacious claims of first love. Harry Trellman, an…
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|September 6, 2006

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An essential masterwork by Nobel laureate Saul Bellow—now with an introduction by J. M. Coetzee Expecting to be inducted into the army to fight in World War II, Joseph has given up his job and carefully prepared for his departure to the battlefront. When a series…
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|November 4, 2010

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A never-before-published collection of letters - an intimate self-portrait as well as the portrait of a century. Saul Bellow was a dedicated correspondent until a couple of years before his death, and his letters, spanning eight decades, show us a…
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|May 2, 2016

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In 1975, Saul Bellow traveled through Israel, turning his keen powers of observation upon the country he did not know. This book is a record of his stay—his personal experiences and fleeting impressions—and a reflection upon what he ultimately learned about the…

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The writers who crafted the innovative ideas, characters and worlds that changed our perception of reality and shaped our future are revealed in probing, wide-ranging and provocative interviews that first appeared in Playboy magazine. From the masters of the…

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Compiled, edited, and newly revised by Ralph Ellison’s literary executor, John F. Callahan, this Modern Library Paperback Classic includes posthumously discovered reviews, criticism, and interviews, as well as the essay collections Shadow and Act (1964), hailed…
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|December 14, 2015

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With his uncanny wit and perception, Saul Bellow tells the story of Charlie Citrine, a young man whose life is reaching a critical moment. Over several years, Charlie’s almost obsessive love of literature has led him into a deep friendship with the renowned poet…
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|October 29, 2015

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La virtuosité de l'écrivain Saul Bellow, Prix Nobel de littérature en 1976, éclate dans ce court roman que l'auteur a souhaité voir publié directement en édition de poche, sans doute parce qu'il tenait à lui donner la plus large audience possible. On y retrouve…