The Spanish journey of Saul Bellow's fiction

Solomon, Barbara Probst
March 1995
Salmagundi;Spring/Summer95, Issue 106/107, p94
Academic Journal
Discusses the influence of Spanish culture on Saul Bellow's novels. Bellow's reshaping of the American novel; Concept of the `Hispano-Judaic mind'; Characterization of Bellow's protagonist Augie March.


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