Saul Bellow was one of the lions of American literature in the 20th century, and Chris Walsh served as his student, friend, mentee and amanuensis for several years late in Bellow's life. What was it like to be so close to someone who produced such amazing works as "The Adventures Of Augie March," "Henderson The Rain King," "Humboldt's Gift," "Herzog" and many more? Bellow is the only writer to win the National Book Award for Fiction three times, he won a Pulitzer, the Nobel Prize for Literature and the National Medal of Arts. Chris digs into why Bellow is still so important, and what we learn about ourselves when we read him.
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