“The Refugee,” by Bernard Malamud

"There seems to be no writer of [Malamud's] background," comments critic Alfred Kazin, "who makes one feel so keenly the enigmatic quality of life."

Two men walking along the banks of a river.

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Bernard Malamud won a National Book Award in 1959 for his volume of short stories, “The Magic Barrel.”

“There seems to be no writer of his background,” comments critic Alfred Kazin, “who makes one feel so keenly the enigmatic quality of life.”

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