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The Path to the Truth Saul Bellow is known as one of the most influential and important writers in the post World War II era, and it has won a lot of awards for his work including the Pulitzer Prize, a Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Nobel Prize for literature. One of Bellow's famous short stories, "A Father-to-Be" follows one day in the life of a young scientist, Rogin, who is starting to feel pressure from his fiancee, Joan, and the stress of union and possibly fatherhood. "The Gonzaga Manuscripts" is another brief story of Bellows that's analyzed by several critics. The story tracks the expedition of an American scholar, Charles Feiler, who is in search for those functions of a Spanish poet, Gonzaga. To find the poems would be an act of deliverance in Feiler's mind and he believes bringing that tiny part of Gonzaga to the world will be an act of trust the world needs.A final example of Bellow's short stories is "Looking for Mr. Green". The narrative summarizes the first day at work for a relief check delivery guy, George Grebe and his struggle in locating his first receiver at a Chicago ghetto. In Saul Bellow's critically acclaimed novella, Seize the Day, that comprises three brief stories, Bellow explores the fundamental theme of the protagonist's fight against the unpredictable conflicts of existence and the search for transcendence and truth. "A Father-to-Be" is a reflective bit where Bellow writes about the anxiety that most Americans believe on the edge of union especially during the Depression. The main character is 31 year-old chemist, Rogin, also is traveling into his fiancee's apartment . He was an average American feeling the same pressure most Americans felt in this moment, from high and inflation taxation. Alo...