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Critics, Monsters, Fanatics, And Other Literary Essays
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|July 5, 2016

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In new and previously published essays, 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 any…
The Shawl
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|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.
Metaphor & Memory
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|September 3, 1991

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From the author of The Messiah of Stockholm and Art and Ardor comes a new collection of supple, provocative, and intellectually dazzling essays. In Metaphor & Memory, Cynthia Ozick writes about Saul Bellow and Henry James, William Gaddis and Primo Levi. She…
The Messiah of Stockholm
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|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.
The Puttermesser Papers: A Novel
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|June 30, 1998

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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…
Châle (Le) [nouvelle édition]
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|June 20, 2016

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Cynthia Ozick est née dans le Bronx en 1928 de parents russes chassés pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Essayiste, critique et romancière, elle est l'un des auteurs les plus célèbres de la littérature juive américaine. Ses romans Le Messie de Stockholm et Un…
Papiers de Puttermesser (Les)
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|March 12, 2007

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Cynthia Ozick est née dans le Bronx en 1928. Nouvelliste, romancière, essayiste et journaliste, elle a publié, entre autres, Le Châle (1991) et Un monde vacillant (2005).
Quarrel & Quandary: Essays
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|November 13, 2001

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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…
Un monde vacillant
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|March 12, 2007

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Cynthia Ozick est née dans le Bronx en 1928 de parents russes chassés par les pogroms. Son ouvre interroge l''identité juive, ses traditions, son histoire. Également en Points Le Châle et Le Messie de Stockholm.
Corps étrangers
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|April 10, 2012

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Cynthia Ozick est née dans le Bronx en 1928. Nouvelliste, romancière, essayiste et journaliste, elle a publié, entre autres, Le Châle (1991) et Un monde vacillant (2005).
Fame & Folly: Essays
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|May 27, 1997

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From one of America's great literary figures, a new collection of essays on eminent writers and their work, and on the war between art and life. The perilous intersection of writers' lives with public and private domains is the fertile subject of many of these…
Messie de Stockholm
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|October 21, 2005

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arg1-9782020838405.html Lars est critique litt?raire dans un journal su?dois. Un homme plut?t ordinaire, ? une obsession pr?s : il se prend pour le fils de Bruno Schulz, l'?crivain polonais assassin? par les nazis en 1942. Cette aimable monomanie ne porterait…