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Saul Bellow
   wrote   
Herzog
1976
   the winner was   
Saul Bellow
USA, 1915-2005; "for the human understanding and subtle analysis of contemporary culture that are combined in his work"
Saul Bellow
   was an   
Author
D. Apr 5th 2005 -- Winner of Nobel Prize For Literature 1976. Author of The Adventures of Augie March.
Saul Bellow
   wrote   
Humboldt's Gift
Pulitizer Prize, 1976
Saul Bellow
   wrote   
Seize the Day
1956
Saul Bellow
   wrote   
Mr. Sammler's Planet
1970
Humboldt's Gift
   was written by   
Saul Bellow
1976
Saul Bellow
   wrote   
Henderson the Rain King
Saul Bellow
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Seize the Day (1986)
Based on the 1984 book
Saul Bellow
   wrote   
Dangling Man
Saul Bellow
   wrote   
The Adventures of Augie March
Saul Bellow
   wrote   
The Victim
Saul Bellow
   created the character   
Wilhelm Adler
Seize the Day
Saul Bellow
   created the character   
Eugene Henderson
Henderson, the Rain King
Saul Bellow
   created the character   
Ramilayu
Henderson, the Rain King
Saul Bellow
   created the character   
Abe Ravelstein
Ravelstein
Saul Bellow
   created the character   
Charlotte Magnus
The Adventures of Augie March
Saul Bellow
   created the character   
Thea Fenchel
The Adventures of Augie March
Saul Bellow
   created the character   
Moses Elkanah Herzog
Herzog, 1964
Saul Bellow
   created the character   
Charlie Citrine
Humboldt's Gift, 1975
Einhorn's Poolroom
   was created by   
Saul Bellow
Public tavern in Chicago, from "The Adventures of Augie March", 1953
Wariri Village
   was created by   
Saul Bellow
Domain of King Dahfu, from "Henderson the Rain King", 1959
Dahfu's Palace
   was created by   
Saul Bellow
Home of the Wariri monarch, from "Henderson the Rain King"
Gloriana
   was created by   
Saul Bellow
Aging Manhattan hotel, in "Seize the Day", 1956
Saul Bellow
   wrote   
A Silver Dish
1980; The New Yorker
Saul Bellow
   is known as an   
Author
Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize for Literature; 1915-2005
Saul Bellow
   said   
"The Body, She Says, is Subject to the Forces of Gravity. But the Soul is Ruled by Levity, Pure"
Canadian-born American writer. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1976






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