Additional Resources for Black Is My Favorite Color by Bernard Malamud

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Avery, Evelyn, ed., The Magic Worlds of Bernard Malamud, SUNY Series in Modern Jewish Literature and Culture, State University of New York Press, 2001.

Evelyn Avery, an important scholar on Malamud, has collected essays on the author's fiction by various literary scholars. The book covers a wide range of subjects, from Zen Buddhism to Yiddish archetypes.

Bloom, Harold, ed., Bernard Malamud, Modern Critical Views, Chelsea House Publications, 2000.

This book is a collection of critical selections about Bernard Malamud, which includes an introductory essay by Bloom, editor's notes on each of the individual analyses, bibliographies on Malamud, notes about each of the contributing critics, and chronologies.

Levine, Rhonda F., Class, Networks, and Identity, Rowman & Littlefield Publishing, 2001.

This book details how a group of Jewish refugees who emigrated to America from Nazi Germany began to dominate cattle-dealing in South Central New York, while trying to maintain their Jewish identity...

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