Saul Bellow, the Nobel Prize-winning author, died Tuesday at 89. Bellow brought the American Jewish experience to a wider audience in North America. His best-know works include such novels as “Herzog,” “Mr. Sammler’s Planet” and “The Adventures of Augie March.”
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