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Cynthia Ozick was an American short story writer novelist essayist poet and translator She considers herself an American Jewish writer Cynthia Ozick was a writer of fiction and non-fiction but did not bloom her career until she was 32 years old Her literary hero was Henry James After Cynthia Ozick finished graduate school she would read for hours She tried to read all the books that she never read before She tried to learn everything she could from the books that she read Reading books are what influenced her to become a writer so she began to read about the history of Jews which inspired her to write about it Cynthia Ozick wrote many short stories novels and essays about being in concentration camps One of her famous short stories that had a setting in a concentration camp was The Shawl Cynthia Ozick was not an actual witness to the Holocaust but she did read many books about it She began reading things that ran from Biblical times and went through the 19th century When she first wanted to write about the Holocaust Elie Wiesel asked her not too Elie Wiesel was another author that wrote books about the Holocaust Elie Wiesel experienced being in the Holocaust and therefore was an actual survivor Elie Wiesel asked Cynthia Ozick to wait a few years until there was no more witnesses to find fault with her representation of the Shoah The Shoah is also known as Holocaust Day This is the remembrance of all the Jews that were murdered during the Holocaust The reason for that was because Cynthia Ozick falsified the event and mocked a sacred text At all cost the Shoal had to be secured Cynthia Ozick was upset and hurt not because she was reprimanded for making a minor historical error but because she was treated as a stranger Cynthia Ozick was an American Jew not just an American She was treated as if
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