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The Fiction of Philip Roth and John Updike.
Carbondale:
Southern Illinois UP, 197 p.
I .B .
Singer
M i l l e r , D a v id N e a l .
Fear of Fiction: Narrative Strategies in the Works
of Isaac Bashevis Singer.
Albany: SUNY Press, 1985. 173 p.
Investigation of Singer’s experimentation with the generic
mixing of reportage and fiction.
___________ ed.
Recovering the Canon: Essays on Isaac Bashevis Singer.
Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1986. 154 p.
Begins with Singer’s youthful literary period in interbellum Po­
land and analyzes the spectrum of his work from largely forgotten
early texts to more recent ones.
S i n c l a i r , C l i v e .
The Brothers Singer.
London: Allison & Busby, 1983.
176 p.
One of few studies to discuss not only the fiction of the well-
known Nobel laureate, but also of Israel Joshua Singer.
VI. Works in Series
Chelsea House Modern Critical Views
Volumes in the Chelsea House Modern Critical Views series are
edited and introduced by Harold Bloom. They are collections of
representative examples of literary criticism that Bloom considers
to be the best available.
B l o o m , H a r o l d ,
ed. and intro.
Saul Bellow.
New York: Chelsea House,
1986. 256 p.
___________ ed. and intro.
Saul Bellow’s Herzog.
New York: Chelsea
House, 1988. 135 p.
___________ ed. and intro.
Norman Mailer.
New York: Chelsea House,
1986. 213 p.
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Bernard Malamud.
New York: Chelsea House,
1986. 231 p.
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Arthur Miller.
New York: Chelsea House,
1987. 164 p.
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Arthur Miller’s All My Sons.
New York: Chel­
sea House, 1988. 150 p.
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Arthur Miller’s Death o f a Salesman.
New
York: Chelsea House, 1988. 144 p.
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Cynthia Ozick.
New York: Chelsea House,
1986. 175 p.
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Philip Roth.
New York: Chelsea House, 1986.
188 p.