Modern Critical Views


CYNTHIA OZICK

Edited and with an introduction by
Harold Bloom
Sterling Professor of the Humanities
Yale University

CHELSEA HOUSE PUBLISHERS 0 1986
New York ♦ New Haven ♦ Philadelphia

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Modern Critical Views *
  • Cynthia Ozick *
  • Contents *
  • Editor's Note vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Daughter's Reprieve 9
  • Trust 11
  • The Pagan Rabbi and Other Stories 15
  • On the Pagan Rabbi 19
  • Ozick's Jewish Stories 21
  • Bloodshed 31
  • Ozick as American Jewish Writer 35
  • Stories and Something Else 47
  • Flushed with Ideas: Levitation 53
  • Covenanted to the Law 57
  • The Three Selves of Cynthia Ozick 63
  • The Unsurprise of Surprise 69
  • The Art of Cynthia Ozick 79
  • Jewish Tradition and the Individual Talent 121
  • Images of a Mind Thinking 127
  • On the Cannibal Galaxy 133
  • Wresting Life from the Void 137
  • Metaphors and Monotheism 141
  • Ozick's Book of Creation 145
  • Chronology 159
  • Contributors 161
  • Bibliography 163
  • Acknowledgments 165
  • Index 167
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