Greek mind/Jewish soul the conflicted art of CynthiaOzick by Victor Strandberg

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Published by University of Wisconsin Press in Madison .

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StatementVictor Strandberg.
SeriesThe Wisconsin project on American writers
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Pagination214p. ;
Number of Pages214
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Open LibraryOL21240019M
ISBN 100299142604

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Strandberg devotes considerable attention to Ozick's struggle to maintain her Jewish religion. His most recent book is Greek Mind/Jewish Soul: The Greek mind/Jewish soul book Art of Cynthia Ozick (University of Wisconsin Press, ).

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Several topics occur again and again in her essays, such as feminism, Henry James’ literary influence, what it.

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