Saul Bellow’s The Adventures Of Augie March

The title of Saul Bellow’s third and most famous novel gives us some clue to its author’s ambitions, for you do not reference Twain’s Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn without putting yourself, quite conspicuously, in the tradition of “the great American […]

Saul Bellow’s Ravelstein

This is my first (long overdue) foray into Bellow’s works, and as such is something of an odd starting point: Ravelstein is less a work of fiction than a memoir, a small glimpse into Bellow’s friendship with renowned scholar and philosopher Allan […]