Syracuse University Press, (1995)
LibraryThing member Knicke
This is another book I wish I had read in college. Ozick is so dang smart, and packs so much into her stories, I feel like I'm missing a lot by not studying them with a professor or at least in a group. Except for Grace Paley, I've never read any consciously Jewish American fiction by a woman (Bellow, Malamud, sure...). It was refreshing. I'll definitely seek out more Ozick in the future.
LibraryThing member nmele
The accent in these five stories is on fable, tradition and identity. Good, but not her best.