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mariovillalobos
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Philip Roth, in his introduction to Saul Bellow’s Herzog: The character of Moses Herzog, that labyrinth of contradiction and self-division—the wild man and the earnest person with a “Biblical sense of personal experience” and an innocence as phenomenal as his sophistication, intense y... mariovillalobos.com
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jean
jean

@mariovillalobos I remember reading Herzog. The epistolary component really took over my brain and I was writing letters to myself in my head for a long time.

mariovillalobos
mariovillalobos

@jean I’m only 20ish pages in but I’m laughing out loud at each of those letters! “Dear Mama, As to why I haven’t visited your grave in so long…” 😂