See his autobiographical works, A Walker in the City (1951), Starting Out in the Thirties (1965), and New York Jew (1978), as well as A Lifetime Burning in Every Moment: From the Journals of Alfred Kazin (1996) and Alfred Kazin's Journals (2011, ed. by R. M. Cook); memoir by his wife, novelist Ann Birstein, What I Saw at the Fair (2003); biography by R. M. Cook (2008).
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