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    To organize a report on Saul Bellow, you might first present the major biographical themes, and then move on to short story analysis. The major themes you might want to address are the position of...

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    Realism is defined by a focus on "reality" as it can be expressed by our own perceptions, and by a focus on present-day, contemporary settings and events, instead of on the extraordinary...

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    Saul Bellow's books are usually intellectual examinations of human nature and human error. However, Bellow did write one indisputably Romantic work, Henderson the Rain King, which contains most of...

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    Transcendentalism is defined by a focus on spirituality, idealist principles, the acceptance of a higher power without remaining inside a religious doctrine, the beauty of nature, and the power of...

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    Existentialism is defined by a focus on despair, angst, the significance -- or lack thereof -- of the small human in the large world, the unreality of the mind vs. matter, the line between real and...

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    Naturalism in literature is defined by a focus on realistic situations and scenarios, a lack of adventure or extraordinary events, the lives of simple people in a large world, and the darker or...

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    Saul Bellow was an American author who wrote many books, essays, and short stories, and won both the Pulitzer and Nobel Prizes for literature (Wikipedia). He had a significant influence on 20th...

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    "Reality Instructors:" These are people who normally as “street wise” and teach the intellectuals in Bellow’s novels emotional or spiritual truths not found in academic philosophy or literary...

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    Hart, Schaffner and Marx was the name of a company that made so-called ready-to-wear--as opposed to custom-made--men's suits and jackets. In Bellow's day the company was by far the best-known...

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    The intellectual, as a figure in Saul Bellow, is a person dedicated to the past. This is not true as an absolute, but is true as a strong tendency. This dedication to the past can be seen in many...

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    Saul Bellow’s work tends to be quasi-autobiographical, dealing with the creative, spiritual, and intellectual crises undergone by intellectuals much like himself; many of the characters in his...

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    Saul Bellow was born in Montreal to a poor Russian Jewish family. His family moved to Chicago when he was nine years old. This family background meant that he was multilingual from an early age,...

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