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A Bibliography of the Writings of Cynthia Ozick / Susan Currier & Daniel J. Cahill (1983)
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A Bibliography of the Writings of Cynthia Ozick / Susan Currier & Daniel J. Cahill (1983)
A Bibliography of the Writings of Cynthia Ozick / Susan Currier & Daniel J. Cahill (1983)
A Bibliography of the Writings of Cynthia Ozick / Susan Currier & Daniel J. Cahill (1983)
A Bibliography of the Writings of Cynthia Ozick / Susan Currier & Daniel J. Cahill (1983)
A Bibliography of the Writings of Cynthia Ozick / Susan Currier & Daniel J. Cahill (1983)
A Bibliography of the Writings of Cynthia Ozick / Susan Currier & Daniel J. Cahill (1983)
A Bibliography of the Writings of Cynthia Ozick / Susan Currier & Daniel J. Cahill (1983)
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Currier, Susan, and Daniel J. Cahill. "A Bibliography of the Writings of Cynthia Ozick." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 25, no. 2 (summer 1983): 313–321. JSTOR. Web.

Currier, Susan, and Daniel J. Cahill. "A Bibliography of the Writings of Cynthia Ozick." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 25, no. 2 (summer 1983): 313–321. JSTOR. Web.

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  • 1. A Bibliography of Writings by Cynthia Ozick Author(s): Susan Currier and Daniel J. Cahill Source: Texas Studies in Literature and Language, Vol. 25, No. 2, Three Contemporary Women Novelists: Hazzard, Ozick, and Redmon (SUMMER 1983), pp. 313-321 Published by: University of Texas Press Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40754717 . Accessed: 06/10/2013 12:25 Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of the Terms & Conditions of Use, available at . http://www.jstor.org/page/info/about/policies/terms.jsp . JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive. We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact support@jstor.org. . University of Texas Press is collaborating with JSTOR to digitize, preserve and extend access to Texas Studies in Literature and Language. http://www.jstor.org This content downloaded from 198.61.20.8 on Sun, 6 Oct 2013 12:25:53 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions
  • 2. SusanCurrierandDanielJ.Cahill A BibliographyofWritingsbyCynthiaOzick Books Trust.NewYork:NewAmericanLibrary,1966. ThePagan Rabbi and OtherStories.NewYork:Knopf,1971. Bloodshedand ThreeNovellas.NewYork:Knopf,1976. Lévitation:Five Fictions.NewYork:Knopf,1982. ShortStories "The Sense ofEurope,"PrairieSchooner,30 (June1956),126-38. "Stone,"BottegheOscure,20 (Autumn1957),388-414. "The ButterflyandtheTrafficLight,"LiteraryReview,5 (Au- tumn1961),46-54. [Reprintedin ThePagan Rabbi and Other Stories(1971);FaithandFiction:TheModernShortStory,ed. byRobertDetweilerand GlennMeeter(1979).] "The Pagan Rabbi,"HudsonReview,19 (Autumn1966),425-54. [ReprintedinMy NameAloud'JewishStoriesbyJewishWrit- ers,ed. byHaroldU. Ribalow(1969);Explorations:An Annual onJewishThemes,ed. byMurrayMindlinand ChaimBermont (1968);Best SF: 1971,ed. byHarryHarrisonandBrianW. Aldiss(1972);TAePagan Rabbi and OtherStories(1976);Jewish AmericanStories,ed. byIrvingHowe (1977);ThePenguinBook ofJewishStories,ed. byEmanuelLitvinoff(1979);More Wan- deringStars:An AnthologyofJewishFantasyand Science Fiction,ed. byJackDann (1981).] "Envy; orYiddishin America,"Commentary,48 (November 1969),35-53. [Reprintedin TheBest AmericanShortStories, 1970,ed. byM. FoleyandD. Burnett(1970);ThePagan Rabbi and OtherStories(1971).] "The Dock-Witch,"Event,1 (Spring1971),40-73. [Reprintedin TheBest AmericanShortStories,1972,ed. byM. Foley(1972); ThePagan Rabbi and OtherStories(1971).] This content downloaded from 198.61.20.8 on Sun, 6 Oct 2013 12:25:53 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions
  • 3. Susan Currierand Daniel Cahill .314 "The Doctor's Wife/'Midstream, 17 (February 1971), 53-71. [Re- printedin ThePagan Rabbi and OtherStories(1971).] "Virility,"Anon.(February1971)[?]. [Reprintedin ThePagan Rabbi and OtherStories(1971).] "An Education,"Esquire,77 (April1972),98-102. [Reprintedin BitchesandSad Ladies:An AnthologyofFictionbyand about Women,ed. byPat Rotter(1975);Bloodshedand ThreeNovel- las (1976);FamiliarFaces: Best ContemporaryAmericanShort Stories(1979).] "Freud'sRoom,"AmericanJournal,8 May 1973,pp. 12-14. [Re- printedas thefirstoftwofragmentsandretitled"Froma Re- fugee'sNotebook,"inLévitation:Five Fictions(1982).] "Usurpation,"Esquire,81 (May 1974),124-28. [Reprintedin PrizeStories1975:TheO. HenryAwards(1975);Bloodshedand ThreeNovellas(1976);All OurSecretsAre theSame:New Fic- tionfromEsquire,ed. byGordonLish (1976).] "A Mercenary,"AmericanReview,23 (October1975),1-37. [Re- printedin TheBest AmericanShortStories,1976,ed. byM. Foley(1976);Bloodshedand ThreeNovellas(1976).] "Bloodshed,"Esquire,85 (January1976),100-01. [Reprintedin Bloodshedand ThreeNovellas(1976);All OurSecretsAre the Same:NewFictionfromEsquire,ed. byGordonLish (1976).] "Puttermesser:HerWorkHistory,HerAncestry,HerAfterlife," New Yorker,9 May 1977,pp 38-44. [ReprintedinLévitation: Five Fictions(1982).] "Shots," Quest/77,1 (July-August1977),68-72. [Reprintedin Lévitation:Five Fictions(1982).] "The SewingHarems,"Triquarterly,40 (Fall 1977),237-44. [Re- printedas thesecondoftwofragmentsandretitled"Froma Refugee'sNotebook,"inLévitation:Five Fictions(1982).] "Lévitation,"PartisanReview,46 (1979),391-405. [Reprintedin ThePushcartPrize,5,ed. byBill Henderson(1980);Lévitation: Five Fictions(1982).] "The LaughterofAkiva,"New Yorker,10 November1980, pp. 50-60. "The Shawl,"New Yorker,26 May 1980,pp. 33-34. [Reprintedin Best AmericanShortStories,1981(1981).] "PuttermesserandXanthippe,"Salmagundi,55 (Winter1982), 163-225.[ReprintedinLévitation:Five Fictions(1982).] "Rosa," New Yorker,21 March1983,pp. 38-71. Poems "The Fish intheNet,"Epoch,9 (Spring1958),36-37. This content downloaded from 198.61.20.8 on Sun, 6 Oct 2013 12:25:53 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions
  • 4. BibliographyofWritingsbyCynthiaOzick• 315 "Apocalypse,"Commentary,28 (September1959),242. "O Talk to Me ofAngels,"San FranciscoReview,1 (September 1959),81-82. "The StreetCriers,"TheNobleSavage, 2 (1960),132-34. "The Artist,Ha Ha," LiteraryReview,5 (Spring1962),407-08. "The Engineers,"LiteraryReview,5 (Spring1962),403-04. "To MyUncle,A Craftsman,"LiteraryReview,5 (Spring1962), 405-06. "The Arrest,"LiteraryReview,5 (Summer1962),545. "The Coming,"LiteraryReview,5 (Summer1962),544. "O," AntiochReview,22 (Summer1962),206. "ShortHistoricalEssay onObtuseness,"LiteraryReview,5 Summer1962),543-44. "Visitation,"PrairieSchooner,36 (Fall 1962),271. "Footnoteto LordActon,"VirginiaQuarterlyReview,38 (Winter 1962),100. [ReprintedinOfPoetryandPower:Poems Occa- sionedbythePresidencyand bytheDeath ofJohnF. Kennedy, ed. byEdwinGlikesand Paul Schwaber(1964).] "Revisiting,"VirginiaQuarterlyReview,38 (Winter1962),99. "The SeventeenQuestionsofRabbiZusyo,"Midstream,8 (Win- ter1962),70. "Stile," VirginiaQuarterlyReview,38 (Winter1962),99-100. "Commuters'TrainthroughHarlem,"Mutiny,12 (1963),15-16. "FillingintheLake,"Mutiny,12 (1963),15-16. "Caryatid,"NewMexicoQuarterly,33 (Winter1963/64),426. "Bridled,"ChelseaReview,15 (June1964),64. "Red-Shift,"ChelseaReview,15 (June1964),65. "A Riddle,"Judaism,14 (Fall 1965),436. [Reprintedin Voices withintheArk:TheModernJewishPoets,ed. byHoward SchwartzandAnthonyRudolf(1980).] "Origins,Divergences,"Judaism,14 (Fall 1965),433. "The WonderTeacher,"Judaism,14 (Fall 1965),432-33. [Re- printedin VoiceswithintheArk:TheModernJewishPoets,ed. byHowardSchwartzandAnthonyRudolf(1980).] "WhenThatwithTragicRaptureMoses Stood,"Judaism,14 (Fall 1965),434-35. "Yom Kippur,5726,"Judaism,14 (Fall 1965),433. "In theSynagogue,"JewishSpectator,35 (December1970),9. "ChautauquaPoems,"Field,8 (Spring1973),52. "Fire-Foe,"LiteraryReview,25 (Summer1982),611. "In theYard,"LiteraryReview,25 (Summer1982),612. "Urn-Burial,"LiteraryReview,25 (Summer1982),613-16. This content downloaded from 198.61.20.8 on Sun, 6 Oct 2013 12:25:53 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions
  • 5. Susan CurrierandDanielCahill• 316 Articles "Geoffrey,James,orStephen,"Midstream,3 (Winter1957), 70-76. "We IgnobleSavages,"EvergreenReview,3 (November/Decem- ber1959),48-52. "The JamesianParable:The SacredFount,"BucknellReview,11 (May 1963),55-70. "The CollegeFreshman:Portraitofa Heroas a CollectionofOld Saws," Confrontation,1 (Spring1968),40-50. [Reprintedas "The CollegeFreshman:A Teacher'sComplaint,"inReading, Writing,andRewriting,ed. byW. Moynihan,D. Lee, and H. Weil(1969);"The CollegeFreshman,"in TheConsciousReader, ed. byC. Shrodes,H. Finestone,andM. Shugrue(1974).] "An OpinionontheOvarianMentality,"Mademoiselle,66 (March1968),20,25. "WomenandCreativity:TheDemiseoftheDancingDog," Motive,29 (March-April1969),7-16. [Reprintedin Woman inSexistSociety,ed. byVivianGornickandBarbaraMoran (1971).] "American:TowardYavneh,"Judaism,19 (Summer1970),264- 82. [ReprintedinCongressBi-Weekly,26 February1971;con- densedandreprintedas "New Yiddish:LanguageforAmerican Jews"inJewishDigest, 18 (February1973).] "Alumnusas Dodo Bird,"Change:A MagazineofHigherLearn- ing,3 (Summer1971),35-39. "24 Years intheLifeofLyubaBershadskaya,"New YorkTimes SundayMagazine,14 March1971,pp. 27-29. [Writtenunder thepseudonymofTrudieVocse.] "IntermarriageandtheIssue ofApostasy,"Shunta,19 March 1971,pp. 74-75. "We AretheCrazyLady andOtherFeistyFeministFables," Ms., 1 (Spring1972),40-44. [ReprintedinTheFirstMs. Reader, ed. byFranchieKlagsbrum(1973);TheConsciousReader:Read- ingsPast andPresent,ed. byC. Shrodes,H. Finestone,and M. Shugrue(1974);Womanas Writer,ed. byJeannetteWebber andJoanGrumman(1978).] "FourQuestionsoftheRabbis,"Reconstructionist,18 February 1972,pp. 20-23. Also see "Rabbis AnswerCynthiaOzick," Reconstructionist,19 May 1972,pp. 35-37. "LiteraryBlacks andJews,"Midstream,18 (June-July1972), 10-24. [ReprintedinBernardMalamud:Twentieth-Century Views,ed. byJoyceFieldandLeslieField(1975).] This content downloaded from 198.61.20.8 on Sun, 6 Oct 2013 12:25:53 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions
  • 6. BibliographyofWritingsbyCynthiaOzick• 317 "A BintelBriefforJacobGlatstein,"JewishHeritage,14 (Sep- tember1972),58-60. "GermanyEven WithoutMunich/'Sh'ma, 13 October1972,pp. 150-52. "The Hole/BirthCatalogue,"Ms., 27 October1972,pp. 55-60. [Reprintedin TheFirstMs. Reader,ed byFrantineKlagabrun (1973);Motherhood:A ReaderforMen and Women,ed. by Susan CahiU(1982).] "Some AntediluvianReflectionsIntendingto ShoveUp theGen- erationGap CertainCurrentNotionsNot Held bytheWriter," AmericanJournal,1 December1972,pp. 22-28. "If You Can Read This,You AreToo Far Out,"Esquire,79 (January1973),74,78. "Reconsideration:TrumanCapote,"NewRepublic,27 January 1973,pp. 31-34. "Israel: OfMythandData," CongressBi-Weekly,15 June1973, pp. 4-8. "All theWorldWantstheJewsDead," Esquire,82 (November 1974),103-07. "CultureandthePresentMoment:A RoundtableDiscussion," Commentary,58 (December1974),35. "PalestineIssue: A 'SpectacularFalsehood/ " New YorkTimes, 22 November1974,p. 38. "A ResponsetoJosephineKnopp's'The JewishStoriesofCyn- thiaOzick/ " StudiesinAmericanJewishLiterature,1 (1975), 49-50. "A Liberal'sAuschwitz,"Confrontation,10 (Spring1975), 125-29.[CondensedandreprintedinJewishDigest,21 (Novem- ber1975);reprintedinThePushcartPrize,1 (1976).] "The RiddleoftheOrdinary,"Moment,1 (July-August1975), 55-59. "Hadrianand Hebrew,"Moment,1 (September1975),77-79. "Notestowardsa Meditationon Forgiveness,"in TheSunflower bySimonWisenthan,witha Symposium(NewYork:Schocken Books,1976),pp. 183-90. "HangingtheGhettoDog," New YorkTimesBook Review, 21 March1976,pp. 48-57. "WritersandCritics,"Commentary,62 (September1976),8, 10. "Justice(Again)to EdithWharton,"Commentary,62 (October 1976),48-57. [Responseto "WhatThreeBooks Did You Most Enjoy This Year?" in]"Authors'Authors,"New YorkTimesBookReview, 5 December1976,p. 103. This content downloaded from 198.61.20.8 on Sun, 6 Oct 2013 12:25:53 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions
  • 7. Susan CurrierandDanielCahill• 318 "How to ProfitMorefromtheTeachingsofClaraSchachtThan fromAll theWisdomofAristotle,Montaigne,Emerson,Seneca, Cicero,et al.,"Esquire,87 (May 1977),92-93, 134-138. "Passage to theNewWorld,"Ms., 6 (August1977),70-72,87. [Introductionto SiphraRegelsonOzick's"Escape fromCzarist Russia,"Ms., 6 (August1977),72,74,87.] "Does GeniusHave a Gender?"Ms., 6 (December1977),56, 79-81. [Responseto "Who Is theLivingWriterYou Most Admire?"] New YorkTimesBookReview,4 December1977,p. 66. "Query:WhereAretheSeriousReaders?"Salmagundi,42 (Sum- mer-Fall1978),72-73. "The BiologicalPremisesofOurSad Earth-Speck,"Confronta- tion,15 (Fall-Winter1978),166-70. "WhatHas Mysticismto Do withJudaism?"Sh'ma, 17 February 1978,pp. 69-71. "Letterto a PalestinianMilitarySpokesman,"New YorkTimes, 16 March1978,p. A23. "My Grandmother'sPennies,"McCalVs,106(December1978), 30-34. [Replyto AnneRoiphe's"ChristmasComesto a JewishHome"], New YorkTimes,28 December1978,pp. Cl, 6. "NotestowardFindingtheRightQuestion(A Vindicationofthe RightsofJewishWomen),"Forum,35 (Spring-Summer1979), 37-60. [ReprintedinLilith,6 (1979).] "Judaismand HaroldBloom,"Commentary,67 (January1979), 43-51. [Responseto "WhatMade You Decideto Becomea Writerand Why?"],New YorkTimesBookReview,2 December1979, p. 59. "Pay Fair,"Savvy,1 (January1980),80. "CarterandtheJews:An AmericanPoliticalDilemma,"New Leader,30 June1980,pp. 3-23. "GeorgeSteiner'sEither/Or:A Response,"Salmagundi,50-51 (Fall 1980-Winter1981),90-95. "HelpingT. S. Eliot WriteBetter:Notestowardsa Definitive Bibliography,"AmericanPoetryReview,10 (May-June1981), 10-13. [Reprintedin ThePushcartPrize,7 (1982).] "I Call You 'Beloved',"TheHunterMagazine,2 (September 1982),3-5. "WhatLiteratureMeans,"PartisanReview,49 (1982),294-97. "Spells,Wishes,Goldfish,Old SchoolHurts:TheMakingofa Writer,"New YorkTimesBookReview,31 January1982, pp. 9, 24. This content downloaded from 198.61.20.8 on Sun, 6 Oct 2013 12:25:53 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions
  • 8. BibliographyofWritingsbyCynthiaOzick• 319 "WorksinProgress/'New YorkTimesBookReview,6 June 1982,p. 11. "The LessonoftheMaster/'New YorkReviewofBooks, 12 August1982,pp. 20-21. Reviews [ReviewofWorksandDays and OtherPoems by IrvingFeld- man],NewMexicoQuarterly,32 (Autumn-Winter1962-63), 235-37. "LiteratureorSegregatedWriting"[ReviewofSoon,OneMorn- ing:New WritingbyAmericanNegroes,1940-1962,ed. byHer- bertHill],Midstream,9 (September1963),97-101. "Cheever'sYankeeHeritage"[ReviewofThe WapshotScandal byJohnCheever],AntiochReview,24 (Summer1964),263-67. "NovelsforAdults" [ReviewofTheCrossingPointandA Slant- ingLightby GerdaCharles],Midstream,10 (March1964), 101-04. "AmericaAglow" [ReviewofThe WapshotScandal byJohn Cheever],Commentary,38 (July1964),66-67. "A ContrabandLife" [ReviewofOtherPeople's Houses byLore Segal],Commentary,39 (March1965),89-90,92. "Of SkillandVision"[ReviewofWhereMist ClothesDream and SongRunsNakedbySara andStopHereMy FriendbyMerrill JoanGerber],Midstream,11 (June1965),106-08. "The Evasive JewishStory"[ReviewofModernJewishStories, ed. byGerdaCharles],Midstream,12 (February1966),78-80. "AgainsttheGrain"[ReviewofTestimony:The UnitedStates, 1885-1890byCharlesReznikoff],CongressBi-Weekly,9 May 1966,p. 18. [ReviewofTheChildrenbyCharityBlackstoneand WeCameas ChildrenbyKarenGershon],Book Week,30 October1966, p. 16. "Full StomachsandEmptyRites" [ReviewofTheJewishCook- bookbyMildredG. Bellin],CongressBi-Weekly,23 January 1967,pp. 17-19. [ReprintedinJewishDigest, 12 (August1967).] "AssimilationandDownwardMobility"[ReviewofTheCarpenter YearsbyArthurA. Cohen],CongressBi-Weekly,6 March1967, pp. 16-17. "FromAngertoTruth"[ReviewofDiggingOutbyAnnRichard- son],Midstream,13 (August-September1967),76-79. "The UnresplendentDynastiesof'OurCrowd'" [ReviewofOur CrowdbyStephenBirmingham],CongressBi-Weekly,18 De- cember1967,pp. 3-6. This content downloaded from 198.61.20.8 on Sun, 6 Oct 2013 12:25:53 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions
  • 9. Susan CurrierandDanielCahill• 320 "ReflectionsPleasantandUnpleasantonJewishMarriageand Divorce"[ReviewofTheJewishWeddingBook byLillyS. RouttenbergandJewsandDivorcebyJacobFreid],Congress Bi-Weekly,13January1969,pp. 16-17.Also Letterinreplyto R. R. Seldinon TheJewishWeddingBook,CongressBi-Week- ly,24 March1969,p. 23. "TheUses ofLegend:Elie Wieselas Tsaddik"[ReviewofLegends ofOurTimebyElie Wiesel],CongressBi-Weekly,9 June1969, pp. 16-20. "HortenseCalisher'sAnti-Novel"[ReviewofTheNew Yorkerby HortenseCalisher],Midstream,15 (November1969),77-80. "EthnicJoke"[ReviewofBech:A Book byJohnUpdike],Com- mentary,50 (November1970),106-14. "Jewsand Gentiles"[ReviewofTheGoybyMarkHarris],Com- mentary,51 (June1971),104-08. "Forsteras Homosexual"[ReviewofMauricebyE. M. Forster], Commentary,52 (December1971),81-85. Also Letterinreply to AlbertSherrard(aboutForster),Commentary,53 (March 1972),30-32. Also Letterinreplyto AnneFärber(aboutFör- ster),Commentary,53 (May 1972),32-42. Also Letterinreply toLeo Skir(aboutForster),Commentary,53 (May 1972),42. [ReviewofIn theReignofPeace byHughNissenson],New York TimesBookReview,19 March1972,pp. 4, 22. [ReviewofOpenHeartbyFrederickBuechner],New YorkTimes BookReview,11June1972,pp. 4, 5, 36. [ReviewofIn theDays ofSimonSternbyArthurA. Cohen], New YorkTimesBookReview,3 June1973,p. 6. "Mrs.VirginiaWoolf"[ReviewofVirginiaWoolf:A Biography byQuentinBell],Commentary,56 (August1973),33-44. "SlouchingtowardSmyrna"[ReviewofSabbatai Sevi: TheMys- ticalMessiah by GershomScholem],TheNew YorkTimes BookReview,24 February1974,pp. 27-28. "Book MonthForum,"Sh'ma, 12 December1975,pp. 22-23. [ReviewofTheStreetofCrocodilesbyBrunoSchulz],New York TimesBookReview,13 February1977,pp. 4-5. "The Loose DriftingMaterialofLife" [ReviewofTheDiaryof VirginiaWoolf,vol. 1,ed. byAnneOlivierBell],New York TimesBookReview,2 October1977,pp. 7, 40-41. "The MysticExplorer"[ReviewofFromBerlintoJerusalem: MemoriesofMy YouthbyGershomScholem],New YorkTimes BookReview,21 September1980,pp. 1,32-35. "FistfulsofMasterpieces"[ReviewofTheCollectedStoriesof Isaac Bashevis Singer],New YorkTimesBook Review,21 March1982,pp. 1, 14-17. This content downloaded from 198.61.20.8 on Sun, 6 Oct 2013 12:25:53 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions
  • 10. BibliographyofWritingsbyCynthiaOzick• 321 Prefaces Foreword,Dark Soliloquy:TheSelectedPoems ofGertrudKol- mar[GertrudChodziesner](NewYork:SeaburyPress,1975), vii-ix. Foreword,The WorldsofMauriceSamuel:SelectedWritings,ed. byMiltonHindus(Philadelphia:JewishPublicationSocietyof America,1977),xv-xx. Miscellaneous "NineAnti-RulesforWritinga Tirst Novel/ " The Writer,80 (January1967),18. "The Coat/' "Elegy fortheSovietYiddishWriters"byChaim Grade.Trans,byCynthiaOzick.In A Treasuryof Yiddish Poetry,ed. byIrvingHowe andEliezerGreenberg.NewYork: Holt,RinehartandWinston,1969.pp. 338-45. "The Last to Sing,""And All ofTheseAreGone,""A Prayer" byDavid Einhorn.Trans,byCynthiaOzick.In A Treasuryof YiddishPoetry,ed. byIrvingHowe andEliezerGreenberg. NewYork:Holt,RinehartandWinston,1969.pp. 82-85. "On theRoad to Siberia,""God, a Boy," "A Voice,""Cain and Abel" byH. Leivick.Trans,byCynthiaOzick.In A Treasury ofYiddishPoetry,ed. byIrvingHowe andEliezerGreenberg. NewYork:Holt,RinehartandWinston,1969.pp. 118,123-26. "A SongaboutElijah theProphet"by ItzikManger.Trans,by CynthiaOzick.CongressMonthly,28 April1969,p. 13. "Father-Legend"byH. Leivick.Trans,byCynthiaOzick.Mid- stream,17 (April1971),4. "Traditionand RevoltinYiddishPoetry,"byTabachnik.Trans, byCynthiaOzick.In VoicesfromtheYiddish:Essays,Memoirs, Diaries,ed. byIrvingHowe andEliezerGreenberg.AnnArbor: UniversityofMichiganPress,1972.pp. 269-89. "Responses(PartI) Symposium,"Response,6 (Fall 1972),87-93. "Two Propositions,"Confrontation,9 (Fall 1974),128. "PalestineIssue: A 'SpectacularFalsehood/ " New YorkTimes, 22 November1974,p. 38. [Letter.] "Ozick and Schulweis,"Moment,1 (May-June1976),77-80. [Debate.] "3 Women:The Real ThingIs SomewhereOffCamera,"Ms., 19June1977,pp. 22-26. [FilmReview.] CaliforniaPolytechnicState University,San Luis Obispo UniversityofNorthernIowa, CedarFalls This content downloaded from 198.61.20.8 on Sun, 6 Oct 2013 12:25:53 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions

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