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The Pagan Rabbi and Other Stories (1971) by Cynthia Ozick is the collection in which "The Pagan Rabbi" first appeared. This collection was the winner of many distinguished literary awards.

Fame and Folly: Essays

(1996) is a collection of Ozick's essays on other writers, collected from previous publications.

The Shawl (1991) contains Ozick's most famous short story, "The Shawl," and the novella "Rosa," the sequel to "The Shawl."

Goodbye, Columbus and Five Short Stories (1959) by Philip Roth contains a novella and short stories by one of the most noted Jewish-American writers of the century. It addresses themes of Jewish identity in modern American society.

A Cynthia Ozick Reader (1996), edited by Elaine M. Kuavar, contains selections from previous publications of Ozick's essays and short stories.

The Best American Essays (1998), edited and with an introduction by Cynthia Ozick, is the 1998 edition of the annual series Best American Essays, culled from...

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