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From: The Good Man Dilemma: Social Criticism in the Fiction of Bernard Malamud[(essay date 1981) In the following essay, Alter explores differences in Malamud's interpretation of historical significance in The Fixer, which Alter categorizes as a novel of "Jewish historicism," and The Tenants,...
From:Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism (Vol. 184. )[(essay date 2004) In the following essay, Sterling documents the legal trial and unjust imprisonment of the protagonist in The Fixer, relating his sufferings to anti-Semitism and judicial corruption.] Bernard...
From: Studies in American Jewish Literature[(essay date 1983) In the following essay, Quart discusses Malamud's technique of keeping his female characters at a distance--both physically and emotionally--from his male characters.] Bernard Malamud's central...
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