Jewish Women's Archive
A biographical essay about the life and work of Cynthia Ozick In his description of Ozick's early life, Lowin describes how she dates her feminism to the age of five, when her grandmother took her to "heder," where Jewish children at that time were sent for religious instruction. The rabbi told her grandmother to take her home because girls did not need to study. Her grandmother returned with her the following day and demanded she be admitted. A highly acclaimed novelist and short story writer, Ozick has also written essays and other works of non-fiction. Click on the link to read the article.
Ozick,Cynthia, Literature, United States, Biography