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Saul Bellow

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Saul Bellow
Born Solomon Bellows
10 June 1915(1915-06-10)
Lachine, Quebec, Canada
Died 5 April 2005(2005-04-05) (aged 89)
Brookline, Massachusetts, United States
Occupation Writer
Nationality Canadian/American
Alma mater University of Chicago
Northwestern University
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Notable award(s) Nobel Prize in Literature
1976
Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
1976
National Medal of Arts
1988
National Book Award
1954, 1965, 1971
Spouse(s) Anita Goshkin (1937–56), Alexandra (Sondra) Tschacbasov (1956–59), Susan Glassman (1961–64), Alexandra Bagdasar Ionescu Tulcea (1974–85), Janis Freedman (1989–2005)



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Saul Bellow (June 10, 1915 - April 5, 2005) was a Canadian-American writer. He was born Solomon Bellows in Lachine, Montreal to Russian parents. He moved to Chicago, Illinois, when he was nine. He became an American citizen in 1941. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1976. He wrote the books Henderson the Rain King and Herzog. He died in Brookline, Massachusetts.

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  1. Robert Fulford, "Bellow: the novelist as homespun philosopher" 23 October 2000 in The National Post <http://www.robertfulford.com/SaulBellow.html>