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From:Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism (Vol. 184. )[(essay date 1997) In the following essay, Parrish represents women in Malamud's fiction as being agents of male satisfaction, emancipation, and self-examination.] Bernard Malamud's depiction of women in his fiction...
From: Studies in American Jewish Literature[(essay date 1999) In the following essay, Lyons offers a feminist reading of several of Malamud's short stories.] Malamud, like so many American Fiction writers, was a great short story writer and a good novelist....
From: The Magic Worlds of Bernard Malamud[(essay date 2001) In the following essay, Delbanco offers an overview of the stories in The Magic Barrel and discusses the reception of Malamud’s collection.] I first met Bernard Malamud in 1966. I was an ambitious...
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