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The Shawl

by Cynthia Ozick|

August 29, 1990

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A devastating vision of the Holocaust and the unfillable emptiness it left in the lives of those who passed through it.read more

Foreign Bodies

by Cynthia Ozick|

October 2, 2013

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An absorbing achievement .º.º. A nimble, entertaining literary homage, but it is also, chillingly, what James would have called ,the real thing.''- New York Times Book Review Cynthia Ozick is a literary treasure. In her sixth novel, she retraces Henry James's The Ambassadors and delivers a…read more

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Quarrel & Quandary showcases the manifold talents of one of our leading and award-winning critics and essayists. 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…read more

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A small group of Jews weave a web of intrigue and fantasy around a book reviewer's contention that he is the son of Borus Schultz, the legendary Polish writer killed by the Nazis before his magnum opus, THE MESSIAH, could be brought to light.read more

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One of America's foremost novelists and critics, Cynthia Ozick has won praise and provoked debate for taking on challenging literary, historical, and moral issues. In her spirited essay collection The Din in the Head, she focuses on the essential joys of great literature. With razor-sharp wit and…read more

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Cynthia Ozick has been known for decades as one of America's most gifted and extraordinary storytellers; her remarkable new novel has established her as one of the most entertaining as well. Set in the New York of the 1930s, Heir to the Glimmering World is a spellbinding, richly plotted novel…read more

Châle

by Cynthia Ozick|

November 1, 2005

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The Cossacks

by Leo Tolstoy|

June 30, 2010

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A brilliant short novel inspired by Leo Tolstoy’s experience as a soldier in the Caucasus, The Cossacks has all the energy and poetry of youth while also foreshadowing the great themes of Tolstoy’s later years. His naïve hero, Olenin, is a young nobleman who is disenchanted with his privileged and…read more

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La gran heredera de Henry James. «Peleo con cada frase, sílaba a sílaba. Bien mirado, escribir es en el fondo un acto de valor.» Cynthia Ozick Al hablar de la condición humana en general se corre el riesgo de caer en la frivolidad, pero basta con leer cualquiera de los cuentos de Cynthia Ozick…read more

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In her new collection of essays, Cynthia Ozick, everywhere acclaimed as a critic, novelist, and storyteller, examines some of the world's most illustrious writers and their work, tackles compelling contemporary literary and moral issues, and looks into the wellsprings of her own lifelong…read more

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With dashing originality and in prose that sings like an entire choir of sirens, Cynthia Ozick relates the life and times of her most compelling fictional creation. Ruth Puttermesser lives in New York City. Her learning is monumental. Her love life is minimal (she prefers pouring through Plato to…read more

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In a collection that includes new essays written explicitly for this volume, one of our sharpest and most influential critics confronts the past, present, and future of literary culture. If every outlet for book criticism suddenly disappeared — if all we had were reviews that treated books like…read more