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Pirjo Ahodas, Forging a New Self: The Adamic Protagonist and the Emergence of a Jewish-American Author as Revealed through the Novels of Bernard Malamud, Turun Yhopisto (Turku), 1991.

Leslie A. Field and Joyce W. Field, an interview with Bernard Malamud in Bernard Malamud: A Collection of Critical Essays, Prentice Hall, 1975, pp 8-17

J. J Maloney, a review in New York Herald Tribune Book Review, August 24, 1952, p 8

Joel Salzberg, "Bernard Malamud," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol 2: American Novelists since World War II, Gale, 1978, pp. 107-27.

Harry Sylvester, a review in The New York Times, August 24, 1952, p.5.

Earl Wasserman, "'The Natural': Malamud's World Ceres," in Centennial Review, Vol. 9, No. 4, 1965, pp. 438-60.

For Further Study

Jonathon Baumbach, "The Economy of Love: The Novels of Bernard Malamud," in The Kenyon Review, Vol. 25, No. 3, summer, 1963, pp. 438-57
In a classic essay on Malamud's novels, Baumbach provides an excellent overview of the use of...

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