How is Joseph Heller's final novel, A Portrait of the Artist as an Old Man, autobiographical?
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The protagonist of this novel is an old man, struggling to finish his career with a work as well received as his first. This premise parallels Heller's own life, in which none of his later works was as well-received as Catch-22.