'Abe Ravelstein is the American mind and Bellow its finest living (thank God) voice' - John Sutherland, "Sunday Times". 'Bellow's return with "Ravelstein" to an earlier, freer, more voice-driven exuberance is an astonishment to me. I have to keep reminding myself that the author was born, not in 1950, but in 1915' - Martin Amis in "Experience". 'Full of the old, cascading power...His people are embodied with souls; they wear their stretched essences on their bodies, and it is Bellow's delight to, as it were, 'read' their souls through their surfaces, as a Victorian phrenologist might have read the skull' - James Wood, "Guardian". 'A late quartet by a master' - "The Telegraph".
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"America's greatest living writer" Times One of the leading North American writers of his generation, Saul Bellow was born in Canada in 1915. RAVELSTEIN is his thirteenth novel and he is also the author of numerous novellas and short stories.
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Book Description Penguin, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0141001003