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"Falstaff gave special prominence to the work of Iwan Bloch (“the father of sexology”), a Berlin physician and writer on ... Three of these were translated by Solomon Malkin, the young scholar from New York University whose studies under Magnus Hirschfeld at the famous Institute ..." --Bookleggers and Smuthoundsby Jay A. Gertzman

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Solomon Malkin (1910-1986) was a writer, multilingual scholar, and book scout. He was one of New York's best-reputed bibliophile and was employed by Publishers Weekly and RR Bowker and Co. He founded Antiquarian Bookman and wrote under the pseudonym James Bruce, Robert Meadows and Raymond Sabatier. He was married to Mary Ann O'Brian Malkin.

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