The end of the premiere, when Saul throws Carrie under the bus, suggests a new focus on the dynamic between the two of them.
Norman Mailer, John Updike, and Saul Bellow are in a category of their own: Prick Lit.
Is that paradoxically the moment where Saul becomes a leader—at the expense of his protégée?
Saul is out—a casualty of Lockhart's new regime—but he'll almost certainly get roped back in.
Or the discovery of a late lost work by Saul Bellow about Paris Hilton.
And Saul cast the spear; for he said, "I will smite David even to the wall."
Other rabbis of that time have left us versions of the Saul Wahl legend.
He has calmed his own spirit, as he had done Saul's, by his song, and by prayer has swung himself clear above fightings and fears.
According to the legend, this is the night of Saul Wahl's brief royalty.
Saul after the vision rose up from the earth and was led by the hand into Damascus.
masc. proper name, Biblical first king of Israel, from Latin Saul, from Hebrew Shaul, literally "asked for," passive participle of sha'al "he asked for."
The first king of Israel, who battled repeatedly with the Philistines. He often felt great despair, which was soothed by David playing his harp. Saul later became jealous of David and tried to have him killed in battle. After a prophesied defeat by the Philistines, Saul killed himself.