The Stories of Bernard Malamud

Bernard Malamud

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Compassionate and profound in their wry humor, this collection of stories captures the poetry of human relationships at the point where reality and imagination meet.

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The Stories of Bernard Malamud
Take PityDAVIDOV, the census-taker, opened the door without knocking, limped into the room, and sat wearily down. Out came his notebook and he was on the job. Rosen, the ex-coffee salesman, wasted, eyes despairing, sat motionless, cross-legged, on his cot. The square, clean but cold room, lit by a dim globe, was sparsely furnished: the cot, a folding chair, small table, old unpainted chests--no closets but who needed them?--and a small sink with a rough piece of green, institutional soap on its holder --you could smell it across the room.

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 "A solid sampling of Malamud's short-story art."
-- Kirkus Reviews
 
"In short, among the many engaging things that it is, 'The Stories of Bernard Malamud' is the autobiography of an artist."
--The New York Times

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Bernard Malamud

Bernard Malamud (1914-1986) also wrote eight novels, he won the Pulitzer Prize and a second National Book award for The Fixer. Born in Brooklyn, he taught for many years at Bennington College in Vermont.

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The Stories of Bernard Malamud
Bernard Malamud

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Farrar, Straus and Giroux
October 1983
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ISBN: 9781466805903
ISBN10: 1466805900
368 pages
$7.99
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