Experimental Essays on the Novels of Bernard Malamud: Malamud's People (Hardback)Philip Davis (author)
Hardback 204 Pages / Published: 01/09/1995
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The author sees Malamud as an undervalued writer not yet safely established within an impersonal canon; a writer whose commitment to the richness of realism, whose secularized Judaism, and whose sheer power of language constitute a challenging involvement in the uncertainties of uncategorizable experience; and a man whose unfashionable concern for human personality, serious emotions, and ordinary efforts at better lives offer a testing-ground for the claims of literary humanism. This book will be of benefit to students, teachers and general readers specifically interested in Bernard Malamud, and to all those concerned with the current theory and practice of literary study.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 204
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