Franco himself is the Zelig of the literary world these days.
He is the Zelig from hell, a Francostein monster, a send-up of democracy and a travesty of meritocracy.
The New York Times called Gorseki the “Zelig of New York Fashion Week” last year.
The Bellman, in which “Zelig” appeared, is remarkable for the brilliance and power of its fiction.
Before we get pistols and learn to use them well be asleep under a quilt of earth, said Zelig.
I suppose there can be no doubt that “Zelig” is by all odds the most nobly conceived and finely wrought story of the year.
With them the cantor signed a contract by which Zelig was bound to him as a kind of musical apprentice for three years.
an omnipresent person; a person who appears to be present everywhere
after Leonard Zelig, hero of the 1983 movie Zelig by Woody Allen