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Bloomgarden, Solomon

(Encyclopedia) Bloomgarden or Blumengarten, Solomon, pseud. Yehoash yēhō´äsh [key], 1870–1927, American writer in Yiddish, b. Lithuania. He emigrated to America in…

Odets, Clifford

(Encyclopedia) Odets, Clifford ōdĕts´ [key], 1906–63, American dramatist, b. Philadelphia. After graduating from high school he became an actor and in 1931 joined the Group…

Roth, Philip

(Encyclopedia) Roth, Philip (Philip Milton Roth), 1933–2018, American author, one of the most important novelists of the 20th cent., b. Newark, N.J., B.A. Bucknell Univ., 1954, M.A.…

Philip Roth

American writer Philip Roth spent more than five decades as the prolific and provocative writer of novels and short stories before his death at age 85 in 2018. His themes often involved Jewish-…

Deterrence

Director/Writer:Rod LurieParamount; R; 101 minutesRelease:3/00Cast:Kevin Pollack, Timothy Hutton, Sheryl Lee Ralph Think locally, act globally. 2008. Saddam Hussein's son has invaded Kuwait…

Saul Bellow 2005 Deaths

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…

Saul Bellow Biography

Saul BellownovelistBorn: 6/10/1915Birthplace: Lachine, Quebec, Canada Bellows's varied portrayals of Jewish-American life among disillusioned modern city-dwellers won him the Nobel Prize for…

Saul Bellow

Name at birth: Solomon BellowsSaul Bellow was a Jewish-American writer who in 1976 won the Nobel Prize for a career that included the novels Herzog (1965) and Seize the Day (1956). The son of…

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Note: The following essay was not edited by EssayEdge Editors. It appears as it was initially reviewed by admissions officers. SAMPLE ESSAY: Carnegie-Mellon, Current affairs: Middle East…