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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  ...
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, ...
'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.
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 ...
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