In terms of the quality of the reader, very good, but the book is long winded and repetitive.
An elegant conclusion left a feeling of satisfaction.
He had a pleasant voice which suited the narrator.
Navel gazing galore!
Bellow's hero is a mid twentieth century author not too dissimilar from himself. His quest for truth requires introspection rather than action, but a glorious list of writers and philosophers are bit players in the story.
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