of social injustices and frustratingrncircumstances, and the inevitabilityrnof old age, sickness, and death.rnThe most compelling chapter in Howe'srnlife, and Alexander's most successful expositions,rnconcern Howe as literary critic.rn(Calling distinctively and emblematicallyrnJewish the perfectly universalrnhuman concerns Ozick lists, however,rnmay have puzzled Dickens, Tolstoy, andrnEliot.)rnBut . . .
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