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14. Becoming Visible

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Bernard Malamud - Selected Archive Items

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[7194] Samuel H. Gottscho, New York City Views. Financial District, Framed by Brooklyn Bridge (1934),
courtesy of the Library of Congress [LC-G612-T01-21249].
River and New York City skyline. Bernard Malamud grew up and was educated in Brooklyn. Some of his work deals with Jewish and African American relations in the 1950s and 1960s.

[7855] Jack Delano, Children Studying in a Hebrew School in Colchester, Connecticut (1940),
courtesy of the Library of Congress [LC-USF34-042452-D].
Novelist and short-story writer Bernard Malamud focused on the traits and language of recently immigrated and working-class Jews.

[8855] Eric Sundquist, Interview: "Becoming Visible" (2003),
courtesy of American Passages and Annenberg Media.
Professor Eric Sundquist discusses the means by which Jewish Americans became assimilated into American culture.




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