Ever Your Friend

Portfolio Saul Bellow
Letters: Saul Bellow to Bette Howland

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“It did start out as it usually started out with women,” Bette Howland said of her friendship with Saul Bellow, whom she met at a literary conference in 1961. While their relationship took a brief romantic detour, it arrived at something more scholarly and amicable, though no less  [...]

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Issue 23

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23

Fall 2015

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Saul Bellow was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1976. The Life of Saul Bellow: To Fame and Fortune, 1915-1964 (Knopf), the first in Zachary Leader’s two-volume biography, was published earlier this year.

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