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Isaac Bashevis Singer Profile - Classic Literature - About.com
Isaac Bashevis Singer was named Icek-Hersz Zynger when he was born in Leoncin, Poland on July 14, 1904. His father was Rabbi Pincus Menachem, and his ...
Isaac Bashevis Singer Quotes - Classic Literature - About.com
Isaac Bashevis Singer was a Jewish-American writer, famous as a journalist, novelist, short-story writer, and essayist. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in ...
Gimbel the Fool - Isaac Bashevis Singer
Gimbel the Fool is a famous short story by award-winning writer Isaac Bashevis Singer.
Q & A: Ilan Stavans - Classic Literature - About.com
Ilan Stavans recently edited a collection of short stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer. Read this series of questions from Esther Lombardi, and Stavans' answers.
Singer: Collected Stories - Classic Literature - About.com
Isaac Bashevis Singer's stories are filled with temptation: the lure of power and money, the demands of lust and obsession. He wrote about ghosts, demons and ...
'Gimbel the Fool and Other Stories' Review - Classic Literature
Renowned authors such as Saul Bellow, Isaac Rosenfeld, Nancy Gross, and ... the Fool - Isaac Bashevis Singer; 'Gimbel the Fool and Other Stories' Review.
30 Quotes on Reincarnation - Hinduism - About.com
How can there be death if everything is part of the Godhead? The soul never dies and the body is never really alive." - Isaac Bashevis Singer, Nobel Laureate.
Bruno Schulz Biography - Classic Literature - About.com
Isaac Bashevis Singer wrote that, “Schulz cannot be easily classified.” In fact, the categories that Singer lists as aspects of Schulz's style—surrealist, symbolist, ...
Saul Bellow Works - Classic Literature - About.com
Gimpel the Fool (1945) by Isaac Bashevis Singer (trans. by Bellow in 1953). Non- Fiction. To Jerusalem and Back (1976) - Memoir; It All Adds Up (1994) - Essay ...
Advice From One Writer to Another II - Advice on Writing - Quotations ...
(Isaac Bashevis Singer); "Don't get it right, just get it written." (James Thurber); " Most people are unable to write because they are unable to think, and they are ...