Bernard Malamud Reading from The Magic Barrel "The Mourners"
Calliope No. Cal 13; Malamud reads the story of the old man of The Mourners; the recording studio was impressed with Malamud's performance, (from the sleeve notes): ".Mr. Malamud's reading, like his writing, reaches the listener with compelling directness."; on 33 1/3 Long Play; portrait of author on back of sleeve; approx. 7" x 7" size overall; has not been tested, appears to be in playable condition; some edge, tips wear to illustrated sleeve, has the (plain) liner also; good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 17299
Title: Bernard Malamud Reading from The Magic ...
Publisher: Calliope, Boston Massachusetts
Publication Date: 1963
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Good
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