The American novelist and short story writer Bernard Malamud is famous as a ‘writer of exquisite parables’. His parables were mostly inspired by the life of Jewish immigrants and successfully portrayed the miseries faced by them. He started his career as an English teacher and was very passionate about writing. After researching for few years on writing techniques he came up with his first novel ‘The Natural’. It was well received and encouraged him to write further. He started writing on Jews and came up with his next novel ‘The Assistant’ and a collection of short stories ‘The Magic Barrel’ which got him a lot of fame. He further wrote ‘A New Life’ which gave him the confidence to become a creative writing professor at Bennington College. After a short break he came up with his most notable work ‘The Fixer’ which was honored with the Pulitzer Prize. He went on to write various novels including ‘The Tenants’ and ‘In Dubin’s Lives’ which helped him justify his reputation as a writer. This great parody writer’s last finished novel ‘God’s Grace’ aimed at describing the oppressions faced by Jews during Holocaust. Through his books, parables, short stories and other writings he has said and shared some really important thoughts which have over time become popular quotes. Presenting a collection of quotations by Bernard Malamud on writing, stories, parables, mind, sanity, writing, fear, heart, life, pain, inspiration, philosophy and nature. Go through these quotes by Bernard Malamud.