Narrated by an elderly writer named Chick, the book tells the story of his friendship with the title character, a professor of political philosophy who rises to fame as an author then succumbs to AIDS. Mr. Bellow did not take questions.
Saul Bellow read from his new novel Ravelstein, published by Viking Press.
Narrated by an elderly writer named Chick, the book tells the story of his friendship with the title character, a professor of political philosophy who rises to fame as an author then succumbs to AIDS. Mr. Bellow did not take questions. close
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