Published December 12, 1988
by Random House Value Publishing .
Written in English
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The story of William Dubin,the biographer, who believes all lives are ordered or at least make consistent sense,though comes to realize that it is only the biographer in him that can deliver this scenario to the lives of others but focusing in on certain chance moments in a subjects sinoppazari.com a hectic year attempting to write the life of DH Lawrence,Dubin sees events and emotions slipping out of control /5(8). 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."Reviews: 8. 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."4/5(1). Like Malamud, Dubin is a Jewish man of letters who married at 31, has two grown children, and lives in Vermont; Dubin's wife Kitty was a widow with a small son when they "married as strangers holding to strange pasts"--he answered her discreet personal ad in The Nation And now they're alone together in often-snowbound Vermont, where rigorous Dubin slaves away at turning a desk covered with index Author: Bernard Malamud.
Dubin's Lives is the seventh published novel by the American writer Bernard Malamud. The title character is a biographer working on a life of D. H. Lawrence. It first appeared in hardcover from the publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux in Author: Bernard Malamud. Toggle menu. Search. Sign in or Register. 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. Dubin. Dubin's Lives by Professor Bernard Malamud starting at $ Dubin's Lives has 7 available editions to buy at AlibrisPrice Range: $ - $
His marriage is stable if unexciting, and he lives comfortably with his wife in Vermont. Then his imagination is caught by Fanny, a young girl of twenty-three, and he is thrown into an intense, erotic love affair that threatens to destroy his measured, disciplined world and the lives of those around him. Dubin's Lives is a rich, subtle book, as well as a moving tale of love and marriage. About the Author: Bernard Malamud () wrote eight novels; he won the Pulitzer Prize and a National Book Award for The Fixer, and the National Book Award for The Magic Barrel, a collection of stories/5(). 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. Dubins Interval Problem. Dubins interval problem is a key variant of the Dubins path problem, where an interval of heading directions are specified at the initial and terminal points. The tangent direction of the path at initial and final points are constrained to lie within the specified intervals.