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eBook Bernard Malamud: A Study of the Short Fiction (Twayne's Studies in Short Fiction) (No 8) ePub

by Robert Solotaroff

  • ISBN: 0805783164
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Robert Solotaroff
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Twayne Pub; 1st edition (November 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 200
  • ePub book: 1401 kb
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Malamud, Bernard, Fiction, Short story. Boston : Twayne Publishers.

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Bernard Malamud (măl´əməd), 1914–86, American author, b. New York City, grad

Bernard Malamud (măl´əməd), 1914–86, American author, b. New York City, grad. College of the City of New York (. 1936), Columbia (. His works frequently reflect a concern with Jewish tradition and the nobility of the humble man as well as with the burdens of conscience and the redemptive nature of suffering. His novel The Fixer (1966; Pulitzer Prize), set in czarist Russia, reveals the courage of a handyman falsely accused by the government of ritual murder

Malamud began the initial composition of the novel in 1969 and completed it in 1971. After he'd completed the novel, Malamud himself described The Tenants as a "tight, tense book, closer to the quality of short fiction.

Malamud began the initial composition of the novel in 1969 and completed it in 1971. Its plot concerns a rivalry between two writers-one of them a Jew and the other an African-American- who are the last two persons remaining in a soon to be condemned apartment building. Before Malamud began writing this novel, he'd already "published two short.

Book by Solotaroff, Robert. Solotaroff, Robert David was born on January 2, 1937 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States. 83164/?tag prabook0b-20. Robert Stone (Twayne's United States Authors Series). Book by Solotaroff, Robert). Book by Solotaroff, Robert. Son of Ben and Rose (Weiss) Solotaroff.

The American Short Story: A Study of the Influence of Locality in Its Development. New York: AMS Press, 1970. S5 L5 1970 O’Brien, Edward J. H. The Advance of the American Short Story. Twayne’s critical series on individual American short story writers appear under the imprints of Twayne, G. K. Hall, Macmillan, and Prentice-Hall International; Gale Group electronic resource; Macmillan Library Reference online. 17 A. Twayne’s United States Authors Series The writer’s (subject’s) name is the title of each book in this series.

All Bernard Malamud’s fiction seems based on a single affirmation: Despite its disappointments, horror, pain, and . Given Malamud’s background-his father was a Jewish immigrant and passed on his knowledge of the Yiddish tradition of storytelling-this is to be expected.

All Bernard Malamud’s fiction seems based on a single affirmation: Despite its disappointments, horror, pain, and suffering, life is truly worth living. His work may be best understood in the context of mid-twentieth century American literature. When Malamud arrived upon the literary scene, he disagreed with the period’s twin pillars of negativism and nihilism, and his work is a reaction to this prevailing trend. Malamud himself admits, I write about Jews because I know them.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. James Joyce: A Study of the Short Fiction (Twayne's Studies in Short Fiction) (No 45) Hardcover – May 1, 1993. by Mitzi M. Brunsdale (Author).

Bernard Malamud Bernard Malamud (1914-1986) is considered one of the most prominent figures in .

Bernard Malamud Bernard Malamud (1914-1986) is considered one of the most prominent figures in Jewish-American literature, a movement that originated in the 1930s and is known for its tragicomic elements. Most of Bernard Malamud's short stories are love stories, though love stories of an unusual kind.

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