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Critical Essay by Irving Malin Jerome Charyn seems at first [in The Franklin Scare] to be writing a historical novel about the last days of FDR—the action takes place in 1944 and 1945—an... Read more
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Critical Essay by John Leonard [Jerome Charyn in "The Franklin Scare"] has tamed his prose and makes it perform tricks. It is a New York prose, street-smart, sly and full of lurches, lik... Read more
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Critical Essay by Seymour Epstein "Once Upon a Droshky" was the title of Jerome Charyn's first novel, and that title might serve as a lead-in to his 12th and latest, "Secre... Read more
477 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by William Plummer You've got to attend closely to Jerome Charyn. He's ambitious, daring, but quietly so. "The Seventh Babe" starts out as a fairly conventio... Read more
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Critical Essay by Christopher Lehmann-haupt ["The Seventh Babe" is] the American dream of baseball re-enacted as nightmare, a hallucinated image of what lies outside of the official hist... Read more
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Critical Essay by William Pritchard [Mr. Charyn's] operating principle is to behave as if there were no such thing as an anti-climax; as if, whether or not there's a palace of wisdom at ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Ernest Larsen Jerome Charyn seems to handicap himself right off by giving the first-person lead of [The Catfish Man] to a ringer named "Jerome Charyn." Hasn't th... Read more