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Abramson, Edward A., Bernard Malamud Revisited, Twayne Publishers, 1993, p. 90.

Alter, Iska, "The Broader Canvas: Malamud, the Blacks, and the Jews," in The Good Man's Dilemma: Social Criticism in the Fiction of Bernard Malamud, AMS Press, Inc., 1981, p. 68.

Alter, Robert, "Ordinary Anguish," in the New York Times Book Review, October 16, 1983, pp. 1, 35-6.

Bellman, Samuel Irving, "Women, Children, and Idiots First: Transformation Psychology," in Bernard Malamud and the Critics, New York University Press, 1970, pp. 19-20.

Boaz, Amy, Review of The Complete Stories, in Library Journal, July 1997, p. 129.

Field, Leslie A., and Joyce W. Field, "An Interview with Bernard Malamud," in Bernard Malamud: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Leslie A. Field and Joyce W. Field, Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1975, p. 11.

—, "Introduction—Malamud, Mercy, and Menschlecht-

keit,'' in Bernard Malamud: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Leslie A. Field and Joyce W. Field, Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1975, p. 7.

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