Bel·low (bĕlʹō), Saul. Born 1915.
Canadian-born American writer whose novels, including The Dangling Man (1944) and Humboldt's Gift (1975), often concern an alienated individual within an indifferent society. He won the 1976 Nobel Prize for literature.

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