- Cynthia Ozick: Writers, Visible and Invisible
Cynthia Ozick: Writers, Visible and Invisible
Cynthia Ozick delivered the following speech as part of the 2008 Literary Awards Ceremony. Ozick is the winner of the 2008 PEN/Nabokov Award, which honors a living author for a lifetime of consummate craftsmanship and enduring originality
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