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From the Publisher
Quarrel & Quandary showcases the
manifold talents of one of our leading and award-winning critics
In nineteen opulent essays, Cynthia Ozick probes Dostoevsky for
insights into the Unabomber, questions the role of the public
intellectual, and dares to wonder what poetry is. She roams
effortlessly from Kafka to James, Styron to Stein, and, in the
book''s most famous essay, dissects the gaudy commercialism that
has reduced Anne Frank to "usable goods." Courageous, audacious,
and sublime, these essays have the courage of conviction, the
probing of genius, and the durable audacity to matter.