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bellow

one of the voices of cattle. Usually refers to the arrogant call of the bull used to announce territorial rights. Abnormalities of the voice include hoarseness as in rabies, or continuous repetition as in nervous acetonemia. See also low, moo.
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Saul Bellow, The Dean's December (New York: Harper & Row, 1982).
Saul Bellow expressed similar pessimism when he commented, "the number of readers is diminishing.
This year's promoted book for fall 2011, revealed today at the Harold Washington Library Center, is The Adventures of Augie March by Nobel-Prize-winning Chicago author Saul Bellow.
Singer's dealings with Saul Bellow are emblematic of his contradictory, even meanspirited nature.
Saul Bellow is the most learned and intellectual American novelist and the autobiographical Moses Herzog (named after a character in the "Cyclops" chapter of Joyce's Ulysses) is his best-read and brainiest fictional hero.
O'Neill's style has been likened to that of Salman Rushdie, Ian McEwan and Saul Bellow.
We have Jewish-American writers such as Joseph Epstein, Philip Roth and the late Saul Bellow, who did win the Nobel Prize.
She holds an MS in Journalism from Northwestern University and an MA in Creative Writing From Boston University, where she studied with Robert Pinsky, Derek Walcott, and Saul Bellow.
Many readers and writers have been quoting that sentence, the opening lines of the novel The Adventures of Augie March, now that its creator, Saul Bellow, has left us to our own devices.
The program also includes Mark Twain papers in the Saul Bellow and Susan Glaspell sessions.
Ismail Kadare, whose novels and poems were banned by the Communist regime in his homeland in the 1980s, got the pounds 60,000 award despite facing rivals such as Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Saul Bellow.
When Saul Bellow died, I was struck by the hagiography that accompanied him graveside.