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Dubin"s Lives (Penguin Twentieth Century Classics)

by Bernard Malamud

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Published by Penguin Classics .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages400
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7349853M
ISBN 10014018760X
ISBN 109780140187601

Join the world's largest signed first edition book club. Menu; Search; Sign in Register; Basket.   Bernard Malamud has one of the greatest of a novelist's gifts. One believes everything he says Dubin's Lives is another of his unaffected successes * Financial Times * Masterly and hypnotic I can't recall a more tender portrait of a marriage, or a more beautifully incisive, exact and well-judged chronicle of the longings - not just, but chiefly, erotic - that can owrry away at such a bond Author: Bernard Malamud.

The New Yorker, Ap P. William E. Dubin, a biographer, has lived with his wife, Kitty, in Campobello, NY, for the past fifteen years. In between, working on a biography of D.H Author: Bernard Malamud. Israelis - Fiction: Books. 1 - 20 of results dubins lives. kaaterskill falls. book by anzia yezierska. book by daniel stern. Explore More Items. And Sons. Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. The B&N Mastercard®.

  "Dubin's Lives" () is a compassionate and wry commedia, a book praised by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt in "The New York Times" as Malamud's "best novel since "The Assistant." Possibly, it is the best he has written of all."/5(). Dubin's Lives is a compassionate and wry commedia, a book praised by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt in theNew York Times as Malamud's "best novel since The ly, it is the best he has written of all." Its protagonist is one of Malamud's finest characters; prize-winning biographer William Dubin, who learns from lives, or thinks he does: those he writes, those he shares, the life he lives/5(5).


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Dubins Lives by Bernard Malamud Wonderful, 10 out of 10 After The Assistant and The Fixer this is the third book by Barnard Malamud that I enjoy so much that I took time finishing it. As opposed to the first two masterpieces, where the characters had little in common with me, in Dubins Lives I /5.

Dubin's Lives is a compassionate and wry commedia, a book praised by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt in the New York Times as Malamud's "best novel since The ly, it is the best he has written of all." Its protagonist is one of Malamud's finest characters; prize-winning biographer William Dubin, who learns from lives, or thinks he does: those he writes, those he shares, the life he lives/5(8).

Dubin's Lives [Bernard Malamud, Illustrations by Mark Bellerose] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(8). Nearing William B. Dubin, biographer of Twain and Thoreau and (soon) D. Lawrence, wonders if he has "given up life to write lives." And one has to wonder if that's what Bernard Malamud is wondering—because this is his least symbolic, most seemingly autobiographical novel, a bleached, gray book that (like so much semi-autobiographical work) is only intermittently affecting despite Author: Bernard Malamud.

Book Description. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Dubin's Lives This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged.

This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far/5(). Dubin’s Lives chronicles the story of Dubin, a man in his mid-fifties who is undergoing a life crisis. As a biographer who has studied the content of lives, he tries to redirect his own life.

With a new introduction by Thomas Mallon. Dubin's Lives () is a compassionate and wry commedia, a book praised by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt in The New York Times as Malamud's "best novel since The ly, it is the best he has written of all." Its protagonist is one of Malamud's finest characters; prize-winning biographer William Dubin, who learns from lives, or thinks Brand: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

With a new introduction by Thomas Mallon, Dubin's Lives () is a compassionate and wry commedia, a book praised by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt in The New York Times as Malamud's "best novel since The ly, it is the best he has written of all." The protagonist is one of Malamud's finest characters: prize-winning biographer William Dubin, who learns from lives, or thinks he does.

Our London Antiquarian Book Fair in June has also been cancelled but will return in May SEE OUR NEW VIRTUAL FAIR ON 29TH APRIL. Back. Dubin's Lives. Book Description. First British edition.

8vo. Blue cloth, gilt lettering and ruling to spine. In Berthold Wolpe’s typographic dust jacket: price-clipped, light wear to top edge. Smart. Fine. Book. Aside from some light toning of the pages with age, this book is as good as new. It's tight and evidently unread with a square, solid and uncracked spine, and a clean, lustrous cover.

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With a new introduction by Thomas Mallon. Dubin's Lives () is a compassionate and wry commedia, a book praised by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt in The New York Times as Malamud's "best novel since The ly, it is the best he has written of all." Its protagonist is one of Malamud's finest characters; prize-winning biographer William Dubin, who learns from lives, or thinks he does /5().

With a new introduction by Thomas Mallon Dubin's Lives () is a compassionate and wry commedia, a book praised by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt in The New York Times as Malamud's "best novel since The ly, it is the best he has written of all." Its protagonist is one of Malamud's finest characters; prize-winning biographer William Dubin, who learns from lives, or thinks he does.

Print book: Fiction: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: A novel telling of how a middle-aged writer, seeking increased accomplishments and the key to his inner feelings, enters a love affair that threatens to destroy his disciplined world and the lives of those around him.

"One writes lives he can’t live. To live forever is a human hunger." Dubin works to lift himself out of "the self’s separate closed self-conscious subjectivity." He has written "Short Lives," a collection of sketches of people who died young, to learn "how intensely and creatively life can be lived even when it.

Get this from a library. Dubin's lives. [Bernard Malamud] -- A prize-winning biographer, in late middle age, becomes obsessed with seeking love, youth, adventure, greater accomplishment, and his secret self to the determinant of his career and family.

Midway upon the journey of one’s life. In the wild natural landscape of New England blossoms an introspective and charming story. In his mid-fifties, William Dubin, a biographer of famous writers, lover of routine and caring father, undergoes a mid-life crisis, beginning a tragicomic and painful inner journey.

His other works include The Magic Barrel (, winner of the National Book Award), Idiots First (, short stories), The Fixer (, winner of a second National Book Award and a Pulitzer Prize), Pictures of Fidelman (), The Tenants (), Rembrandt's Hat (, short stories), Dubin's Lives () and God's Grace ().

Bernard. In Dubin’s Lives, Malamud portrays Dubin’s struggle to break free of others’ lives and live one more completely his own. As the novel begins, sometime early in the ’s, Dubin is living. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY of Bernard Malamud's "Dubin's Lives." Published in New York by Farrar Straus Giroux in This is one of special presentation copies.

Signed by author on. Product Information. With a new introduction by Thomas Mallon "Dubin's Lives" () is a compassionate and wry commedia, a book praised by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt in "The New York Times" as Malamud's "best novel since "The Assistant," Possibly, it is the best he has written of all."."Dubin's Lives", by Bernard Malamud, in the true first edition, the Franklin Limited First Edition.

Illustrations by Mark Bellerose. Prior to pagination, 'A Special Message to the members of The First Edition Society' from the author, with his signature laser-printed Rating: % positive.Review by Carl Rollyson William Dubin, the protagonist of Bernard Malamud’s novel Dubin’s Lives, is a highly respected biographer of Henry David Thoreau, Abraham Lincoln, and other important subjects.

He lives quietly in the country with his wife while he works on a new biography of D. H. Lawrence. His life becomes unsettled when [ ].