Saul BellowAge: 89
novelist whose varied portrayals of Jewish American life among disillusioned modern city-dwellers won him the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1976. His novels, often set in Chicago and featuring larger-than-life characters and themes, include Henderson the Rain King, Herzog, and The Adventures of Augie March. Died: Brookline, Mass., April 5, 2005
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