OZIK Cynthia( American novelist)
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OZIK, CYNTHIA (Ozick, Cynthia) (p. 1928), American writer. Born April 17, 1928 in New York. Education received the New York University, a master's degree (in literature) - Ohio State University. Common reasons for its creation - the Jewish national identity and its preservation in the Diaspora.
In her first novel, "Trust" (Trust, 1966), warmly welcomed criticism, obviously influence profoundly assimilated G. James. Ozik published collections of short stories-Pagan Rabbi and Other Stories "(The Pagan Rabbi and Other Stories, . 1971), . "The bloodshed and the three novels" (Bloodshed and Three Novellas, . 1976), . "Take-off: five fictional stories" (Levitation: Five Fictions, . 1982), . "Shawl" (Shawl, . 1981),
. The most important in the life of Jew Ozik considers the conflict between religious precepts and the dictates of nature. It creates a parable about people who want to go beyond the boundaries defined by their intellectual status, but unable to understand themselves. Stories Ozik put it on par with IB Singer and B. Malamud
. In 1983, Ozik has published a novel "Cannibalistic Galaxy" (The Cannibal Galaxy) - Director of Primary School, . a desire to combine Jewish and general subjects to such a high intellectual demands, . that they are prohibitive for most students,
. From the collections of works nebelletristicheskih greatest impact was "Art and Passion" (Art and Ardor, 1983), which included articles about the life and work, as well as memories.