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From: Conversations with Bernard Malamud[(interview date 1975) In the following interview, conducted through an exchange of letters in 1973 and originally published in Bernard Malamud: A Collection of Critical Essays in 1975, Malamud discusses specific aspects...
From: Thomas Wolfe: Three Decades of Criticism[(essay date 1964) In the following essay, originally published in 1964, Bloom focuses on mood, tone, and theme in "Only the Dead Know Brooklyn," contending that the story tells us that "to cease striving, to endure the...
From: Thomas Wolfe: Three Decades of Criticism[(essay date 1961) In the following essay, originally published in 1961, Hartley examines the theme of loneliness in Wolfe's story "The Lost Boy."] In Thomas Wolfe's story "The Lost Boy" three related themes are...
From: Bernard Malamud and the CriticsThe initial tale in the collection, "The First Seven Years," might illustrate them all; for the opposition and final integration of Feld, the shoemaker, and Sobel, his assistant, is pure Malamud. The aged Feld is the...
From: Thomas Wolfe: Three Decades of Criticism[(essay date 1950) In the following essay, originally published in 1950, Stegner characterizes "The Lost Boy" as an adept and magical incantation to time and the power of the past.] The writings of Thomas Wolfe,...
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