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Malamud, Bernard

Overview
Works: 708 works in 2,718 publications in 27 languages and 94,680 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Psychological fiction  Baseball stories  Drama  Film adaptations  Religious fiction  Short stories  Short stories, American  Domestic fiction 
Roles: Author, Performer, Narrator, Honoree, Bibliographic antecedent, Conceptor, Director, Author of introduction, Dedicatee
Classifications: PS3563.A4, 813.54
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The natural by Bernard Malamud( Book )
205 editions published between 1952 and 2014 in 10 languages and held by 5,226 libraries worldwide
Now an American baseball hero and a winner after a dark period, Roy finds the woman he thought he had lost. But he is up against corrupters, seducers, and glory destroyers. And he has to win the toughtest game of his life
The fixer by Bernard Malamud( Book )
236 editions published between 1966 and 2014 in 18 languages and held by 5,105 libraries worldwide
Set in Kiev in 1911 during a period of heightened anti-Semitism, the novel tells the story of Yakov Bok, a Jewish handyman blamed for the brutal murder of a young Russian boy
The magic barrel by Bernard Malamud( Book )
166 editions published between 1950 and 2013 in 12 languages and held by 2,876 libraries worldwide
This is Bernard Malamud's first book of short stories. The stories are set in New York and in Italy (where Malamud's alter ego, the struggling New York Jewish Painter Arthur Fidelman, roams amid the ruins of old Europe in search of his artistic patrimony) they tell of egg candlers and shoemakers, matchmakers, and rabbis, in a voice that blends vigorous urban realism, Yiddish idiom, and a dash of artistic magic
Dubin's lives by Bernard Malamud( Book )
98 editions published between 1977 and 2013 in 17 languages and held by 2,704 libraries worldwide
A prize-winning biographer, in late middle age, becomes obsessed with seeking love, youth, adventure, greater accomplishment, and his secret self to the determinant of his career and family
The tenants by Bernard Malamud( Book )
111 editions published between 1971 and 2013 in 9 languages and held by 2,685 libraries worldwide
"The sole tenant in a run-down tenement, Harry Lesser is struggling to finish a novel, but his solitary pursuit of the sublime grows complicated when Willie Spearmint, a black writer ambivalent toward Jews, moves in to the building. Harry and Willie are artistic rivals and unwilling neighbors, and their uneasy peace is disturbed by the presence of Willie's white girlfriend, Irene, and the landlord Levenspiel's attempts to evict both men and demolish the building. This novel's conflict, current then, is perennial now: it reveals the slippery nature of the human condition, and the human capacity for violence and undoing."--Jacket
The assistant; a novel by Bernard Malamud( Book )
103 editions published between 1957 and 2003 in English and Undetermined and held by 2,608 libraries worldwide
Bernard Malamud's second novel is the story of Morris Bober, a grocer in post-WWII Brooklyn, who "wants better" for himself and his family. First two robbers appear and hold him up then things take a turn for the better when broken-nosed Frank Alpine becomes his assistant. But there are complications: Frank, whose reaction to Jews is ambivalent, falls in love with Helen Bober at the same time he begins to steal from the store
A new life by Bernard Malamud( Book )
136 editions published between 1961 and 2013 in 9 languages and held by 2,324 libraries worldwide
Sy Levin, a 30-year-old high school teacher beset by alcohol and bad decisions, leaves New York for the Pacific Northwest to start over as a college professor, imagining that an extraordinary new life awaits him there. Soon after arriving, he realizes that he had fallen for the myth of the West as a place of personal reinvention
The stories of Bernard Malamud by Bernard Malamud( Book )
37 editions published between 1977 and 2013 in English and Dutch and held by 2,091 libraries worldwide
A collection of short stories by the twentieth century American author
God's grace by Bernard Malamud( Book )
67 editions published between 1982 and 2013 in 13 languages and held by 2,081 libraries worldwide
In his final novel, the acclaimed novelist spins an apocalyptic tale that recounts the experiences of Calvin Cohn, who, through a divine slip, is the only human being left alive after the apocalypse
Rembrandt's hat by Bernard Malamud( Book )
77 editions published between 1968 and 2013 in 9 languages and held by 1,858 libraries worldwide
Verhalen, zich grotendeels afspelend in New York, waarin communicatieproblemen tussen mensen het belangrijkste thema vormen
Pictures of Fidelman : an exhibition by Bernard Malamud( Book )
24 editions published between 1969 and 2002 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,657 libraries worldwide
Six memorable episodes in the life of a man trying to achieve fulfillment as an artist
The complete stories by Bernard Malamud( Book )
25 editions published between 1997 and 1999 in English and held by 1,574 libraries worldwide
More than 50 stories on the Jewish experience this century. They chronicle the lives of Old Country ancestors, refugees, immigrants or just simple wanderers like the anti- hero Fidelman. The settings are on both sides of the Atlantic
The people, and uncollected stories by Bernard Malamud( Book )
28 editions published between 1987 and 2002 in 4 languages and held by 1,337 libraries worldwide
Includes Malamud's novel," The People, which was left unfinished at the time of his death in 1986, with the text presented as the author left it, as well as fourteen previously uncollected stories. Set in the nineteenth century, "The People has as its hero a Jewish peddler who is adopted as chief by an Indian tribe in the Pacific Northwest
A Malamud reader by Bernard Malamud( Book )
13 editions published between 1967 and 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,192 libraries worldwide
This volume presents between the covers of a single book the range and scope of one of the most distinguished writers in America. It contains the complete text of The Assistant; ten stories from The Magic Barrel and Idiots First; three journeys from The Natural, A New Life, and The Fixer; and two long selections from A New Life and The Fixer
The natural by Bernard Malamud( Sound Recording )
14 editions published between 1986 and 2012 in English and held by 767 libraries worldwide
Pulitzer Prize winning author Bernard Malamud's first novel is still one of the best ever written about baseball. His story of a superbly gifted "natural" at play in the fields of the old daylight baseball era is invested with the hardscrabble poetry, at once grand and altogether believable, that runs through all his best work. First published in 1952, this novel has since become an American classic. Five decades later, Alfred Kazin's comment still holds true: "Malamud has done something which now that he has done it! looks as if we have been waiting for it all our lives. He has really raised the whole passion and craziness and fanaticism of baseball as a popular spectacle to its ordained place in mythology."
Novels and stories of the 1960s by Bernard Malamud( Book )
5 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 638 libraries worldwide
Through his distinctive fusion of modernist daring and traditional storytelling, Bernard Malamud became one of postwar America's most important writers, his work an inspiration for and lasting influence on novelists who have come after him, Cynthia Ozick and Philip Roth most notably among them. The second volume of the Library of America's Malamud edition brings together three novels of the 1960s: A New Life (1961), a satiric campus novel set in the Pacific Northwest (based on the author's experiences at Oregon State), in which native New Yorker Seymour Levin finds himself confronted not only with a new landscape but with erotic intrigue, university politics, and an appointment that isn't quite what he had expected it to be. The Fixer (1966) is the gripping saga of a Jew imprisoned in prerevolutionary Russia after being falsely accused of the ritual murder of a twelve-year-old boy. The novel-instories Pictures of Fidelman: An Exhibition (1969) follows the comic misadventures, sexual and otherwise, of a failed American painter in Italy. In the ten unforgettable stories concluding the collection, Malamud shows himself to be an heir to the tradition of Hawthorne, Chekhov, and Kafka, and at his best--"Idiots First," "The Jewbird," "The German Refugee"--Their equal
The assistant by Bernard Malamud( Book )
35 editions published between 1957 and 1993 in English and held by 583 libraries worldwide
Frank, a troubled, somewhat desperate, Italo-American works long hours in the grocery store of a struggling Jewish family in a Brooklyn neighborhood. He develops a secret passion for his employer's attractive daughter
Novels and stories of the 1940s & 50s by Bernard Malamud( Book )
6 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 568 libraries worldwide
Raised in Brooklyn, the son of Jewish immigrants, and coming of age in Depression-era New York, Bernard Malamud (1914-1986) began his career writing stories of unsparing precision and power, plumbing the depths of an impoverished urban world. His early, naturalistic style evolved into an inventive, often surreal idiom that blurs reality and fantasy. His first novel, The Natural (1952), is a dazzling reimagining of the possibilities of sports fiction, and it remains one of the greatest and most beloved novels about baseball ever written. In The Assistant (1957), Malamud created a searing drama of guilt and redemption about a struggling grocer's family and the mysterious drifter who comes to rob, and then to work at, his store, transforming all of their lives in unforeseen ways. Joining these novels are twenty-six short stories, ranging from the early tale "Armistice," set in Brooklyn during the troubling weeks of the German invasion of France in 1940, to one of his deepest and most celebrated stories, "The Magic Barrel," a deep fable about a rabbinical student and the matchmaker who leads him to an utterly unexpected bride
Idiots first by Bernard Malamud( Book )
97 editions published between 1961 and 2013 in 6 languages and held by 448 libraries worldwide
This collection of short stories by Bernard Malamud includes: Idiots FirstBlack Is My Favorite ColorStill LifeThe Death of MeA Choice of ProfessionLife Is Better Than DeathThe JewbirdNaked NudeThe Cost of LivingThe Maid's ShoesSuppose a WeddingThe German Refugee
Two novels: The natural & The assistant by Bernard Malamud( Book )
16 editions published between 1952 and 1970 in English and held by 436 libraries worldwide
 
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Alternative Names
Fidelman, Arthur.
Fidelman, Arthur 1914-1986
Lumn, Peter
Ma-la-mo
Ma-la-mo 1914-1986
Malamud, Bernard
Маламуд, Бернард
Маламуд, Бернард 1914-1986
מאלאמוד, ברנרד 1914-1986
מלמוד, ברנארד
מלמוד, ברנרד
מלמוד, ברנרד 1914-1986
מעלאמוד, ברנרד 1914-1986
マラマッド, バーナード
マラムード, バーナード
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