"The First Seven Years", by Bernard Malamud.
The First Seven Years, by Bernard Malamud reveals a saddening story about a father who's obsession with materialism robbed him of real duty to his daughter. The theme of humanism versus materialism was extremely strong in this story and was a showed the reader how important the first of the too really was. The First Seven years depicted the story of a shoemaker named Feld's desperate attempt to give his daughter Miriam what he thought was a better life and did not attempt to try and find out she really needed. The story shows him believing that materialism is the equivalent of happiness o…
- "The First Seven Years", by Bernard Malamud.
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