Definition of Ozick, Cynthia in English:

Ozick, Cynthia

Syllabification: O·zick, Cynthia
Pronunciation: /ˈōˌzik
 
/
( 1928-), US writer and critic. Many of her works, such as Bloodshed and Three Novellas (1976) and The Puttermesser Papers (1997), examine being Jewish in contemporary life. Some of her essays are collected in Fame and Folly (1996).

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