The DIN in the Head by Cynthia Ozick
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The DIN in the Head Summary
One of America's foremost novelists and critics, Cynthia Ozick has won praise and provoked debate for taking on challenging literary, historical, and moral issues. Her new collection of spirited essays focuses on the essential joys of great literature, with particular emphasis on the novel.
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"Starred Review. .... over three decades ago, the din in Cynthia Ozick's head has been worth listening toeven if you don't agree with her conclusions .... If this collection is not the strongest of the four she has published, Ozick's is a strikingly independent and articulate voice ..." - PW.
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Cynthia Ozick Author Biography
Cynthia Ozick was born in Manhattan and has lived in the New
York City area most of her life. She attended Hunter College High School,
graduated Phi Beta Kappa from New York University with honors in English, and
holds a masters degree from Ohio State University. She lives in Westchester
County and is married to Bernard Hallote, a retired lawyer. Their daughter,
Rachel S. Hallote, an archaeologist, is the director of the Jewish studies
program at the State University of New York at Purchase.
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