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Cynthia Ozick

Cynthia Ozick (born April 17, 1928) is an American-Jewish short story writer, novelist, and essayist.

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O. Henry Award Winners - Juror Favorites, First-prize Winners
1993 1993 Thom Jones "The Pugilist at Rest” in The New Yorker, December 2, 1992 ... Cynthia Ozick "Puttermesser Paired” in The New Yorker, October 8, 1991 ... John Updike "A Sandstone Farmhouse” in The ... Jane Smiley "Lily” in The Atlantic Monthly 1984 Cynthia Ozick "Rosa” in The New Yorker, March 21, 1983 Gordon Lish "For Jeromé—with Love and Kisses" in "The. 1982 ... Susan Kenney "Facing Front” in Epoch, Winter 1981 ... Cynthia Ozick "The Shawl” in The New Yorker, May 26, 1980 ... Saul Bellow "A Silver Dish” in The New Yorker, September 25, 1979 ... Gordon Weaver "G ...
Peter Constantine - Translator
... Foreword by Cynthia Ozick ... Foreword by Cynthia Ozick ... Peter (2004), The Cossacks, introduction by Cynthia Ozick ...
Cynthia Ozick - Published Works - Miscellaneous
... A Cynthia Ozick Reader (1996) The Complete Works of Isaac Babel (introduction 2001) Fistfuls of Masterpieces ...

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    One reason writers write is out of revenge. Life hurts; certain ideas and experiences hurt; one wants to clarify, to set out illuminations, to replay the old bad scenes and get the Treppenworte said—the words one didn’t have the strength or ripeness to say when those words were necessary for one’s dignity or survival.
    Cynthia Ozick (b. 1928)

    ... the Ovarian Theory of Literature, or, rather, its complement, the Testicular Theory. A recent camp follower ... of this explicit theory is ... Norman Mailer, who has attributed his own gift, and the literary gift in general, solely and directly to the possession of a specific pair of organs. One writes with these organs, Mailer has said ... and I have always wondered with what shade of ink he manages to do it.
    —Cynthia Ozick (b. 1928)