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Malamud

Bernard. 1914--86, US novelist and short-story writer. His works include The Fixer (1966) and Dubin's Lives (1979)

Malamud

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The book:

[Malamud, C., "Analyzing Sun Networks", Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, NY, 1992.]
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In chapter 4, various short stories by Bernard Malamud and John Edgar Wideman are put on the block.
A levitating rabbi is only to be expected with Stern who, like Malamud and Singer, often emphasizes the non-rational in his stories with a kind of Jewish "magical realism.
Malamud, commenting on the origins of The Natural, said, "Baseball had interested me, especially its comic aspects, but I wasn't able to write about the game until transformed the game into myth, via Jessie Weston's Percival legend with an assist by T.
Speaking on the new partnership with Lockett, Malamud stated, "We are excited to have Bret onboard as a major component to the M2 family.
Psychosocial rehabilitation clubhouses such as Fountain House (Beard, Propst, & Malamud, 1982; Malamud & McCrory, 1988; Vorspan, 1988) created open, life-time membership with no rejection and created "in vivo" rehabilitation environments through individual TE in integrated work settings.
The most profound part of this belief is Fountain House's guarantee that every member will be given the opportunity to work in their Transitional Employment Program (TEP) (Beard, Propst, & Malamud, 1982).
Moshe Malamud, chairman of The Franklin Mint and a life-long collector.
Sponsors of the event include the Moroccan National Tourist Office, Philippe Achard, The Zen Group, Royal Air Maroc, Macys, Bacardi, Moroccan Prestige, Hope Productions, Moshe Malamud, & Eli's Salon.
Born in Brooklyn and haunted by the concerns of the immigrant world in which he was raised, Malamud was as fine a craftsman of stories as this country has ever produced, yet he is often passed over in the pantheon of "great Jewish-American writers.
Jacobsen Malamud of Glen Ridge, NJ; six grandchildren, Edith I.
Ofer Malamud, University of Chicago, and Kiki Pop-Eleches, Columbia University and NBER, "The Effect of Computer Use on Child Outcomes"