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Bernard Malamud

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Where to look if you've lost your mind?

— Bernard Malamud

#insanity #mind #sanity #sanity

We have two lives; the life we learn with and the life we live after that.

— Bernard Malamud


The wild begins where you least expect it, one step off your normal course

— Bernard Malamud

#wild #nature

Without heroes we are all plain people and don't know how far it is we can go.

— Bernard Malamud


When I don't feel hurt, I hope they bury me.

— Bernard Malamud

#pain #life

Overnight business could go down enough to hurt; yet as a rule it slowly recovered--sometimes it seemed to take forever--went up, not high enough to be really up, only not down.

— Bernard Malamud

#rat-race #trying #business

In my dreams I ate and I ate my dreams.

— Bernard Malamud


There comes a time in a (wo)man's life when to get where (s)he has to -- if there are no doors or windows -- he walks through a wall.

— Bernard Malamud


They say God appeared in history and used it for his purposes, but if that was so he had no pity for men.

— Bernard Malamud

#history #mankind #men #pity #men

There are no wrong books. What's wrong is the fear of them.

— Bernard Malamud

#censorship #fear #censorship

About Bernard Malamud

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For a complete list of works see Bernard Malamud bibliography

The Natural (1952)
The Assistant (1957)
A New Life (1961)
The Fixer (1966)
The Tenants (1971)
Dubin's Lives (1979)
God's Grace (1982)

Story collections
The Magic Barrel (1958)
Idiots First (1963)
Pictures of Fidelman (1969)
Rembrandt's Hat (1974)
The Stories of Bernard Malamud (1983)
The People and Uncollected Stories (includes the unfiniBernard Malamudd novel The People) (1989)
The Complete Stories (1997)

Short stories
"The Mourners" (1955)
"The Jewbird" (1963)

Books about Malamud
Smith Janna Malamud. New York Routledge 2011. ' 'A remarkably consistent writer' he goes on 'who has never produced a mediocre novel.

Bernard Malamud (April 26 1914 – March 18 1986) was an American author of novels and short stories. His baseball novel The Natural was adapted into a 1984 film starring Robert Redford.

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