The Messiah of Stockholm by Cynthia Ozick

The Messiah of Stockholm

byCynthia Ozick

Paperback | February 12, 1988

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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.

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Writer Cynthia Ozick grew up in the Bronx and attended New York University, where she earned a B. A., and The Ohio State University, where she earned a Ph.D. Ozick wrote the novel Trust, and the short stories "The Sense of Europe", which was published in Prairie Schooner, and "The Shawl", which was included in The World of the Short St...
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Title:The Messiah of StockholmFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 8 × 5.3 × 0.4 inPublished:February 12, 1988Publisher:Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0394756940

ISBN - 13:9780394756943

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The latest novel by one of America's foremost literary writers is a tale of magic and mystery that will both delight her established followers and introduce her to a new audience. Includes one map

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"A truly intriguing mystery...Ozick brings off effects comparable to those of Isaac Bashevis Singer, who can persuade the reader to believe the incredible" -- D. J. Enright, The New York Review of Books"An arresting, original puzzle of a novel...The orphan desperate to know his father, a familiar theme of fairy tales and myths, is made magical once again." -- People"A spellbinding novel...The Messiah of Stockholm reaffirms Cynthia Ozick's position as one of the finest and most imaginative writers of our time." -- St. Louis Post-Dispatch"Intrigues and entertains...weaves a tale that is richly, intensely imagined." -- Anne Tyler, The New Republic"A striking book...Ozick writes with ferocious imaginative drive."-- Boston Globe"A magician...a literary alchemist...a brilliant wordsmith."-- USA Today