Malin, Irving

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MALIN, Irving

MALIN, Irving. American, b. 1934. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: City College of New York, Instructor, 1960-64, Assistant Professor, 1965-68, Associate Professor, 1969-71, Professor of English, 1972-, now Emeritus. Advisory Ed., Journal of Modern Literature, Studies in American Jewish Literature, Twentieth Century Literature, Saul Bellow Newsletter, Review of Contemporary Fiction and Dalkey Archive Press. Publications: William Faulkner: An Interpretation, 1957; New American Gothic, 1962; Jews and Americans, 1965; Saul Bellow's Fiction, 1969; Nathanael West's Novels, 1972; Isaac Bashevis Singer, 1972. EDITOR/CO-EDITOR: (with I. Stark) Breakthrough, 1964; Psychoanalysis and American Fiction, 1965; Saul Bellow and the Critics, 1967; Truman Capote's In Cold Blood: A Critical Handbook, 1968; Critical Views of Isaac Bashevis Singer, 1969; (with M.J. Friedman) William Styron's The Confessions of Nat Turner: A Critical Handbook, 1970; Contemporary American-Jewish Literature: Critical Essays, 1973; (with R.K. Morris) The Achievement of William Styron, 1975; Conrad Aiken's Prose, 1982; Paul Bowles, 1986; James Dickey, 1994; Southern Novelists on Stage and Screen, 1995; William Goyen, 1997; Into the Tunnel, 1998; George Garrett: The Elizabethan Trilogy, 1998; Leslie Fiedler and American Culture, 1999; Pynchon and Mason and Dixon, 2000; Under-words: Perspectives on Don Delillo's Underworld, 2002. Address: 96-13 68th Ave, Forest Hills, NY 11375, U.S.A.