“Bellow began seeing a psychologist, a man named Paul Meehl.”

Or as we might say it, “Meehl began seeing a patient, a writer named Saul Bellow.”

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Saul Bellow Good looking> welllll maybe. Then again, I would list some current scientists that I think have smashing good looks. LOL

But I’ll keep it a secret. Shhhh!

Anyway, Bellow looks like a very interesting writer. Paul Meehl, I remember from his visit to the University of Wisconsin Student Union.