The art of being a Christian Scientist

"There was no soul in it, no real soul in it. And I missed it!"

That's what the late Isaac Bashevis Singer told me about a short story one of his students at the University of Miami had just written. At the time, Singer, one of the great novelists and short story writers of our time and Nobel laureate for 1978, was Distinguished Professor of Literature at the university. Because I was teaching part time in the same department, I had the opportunity to interview him one afternoon in his office.

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