The usefulness of madmen is famous: they demonstrate society's logic flagrantly carried out down to its last scrimshaw scrap.
Cynthia Ozick (b. April 17, 1928, New York City, New York to William Ozick and Celia Regelson) is an American writer whose works are about Jewish American life. Ozick earned a B.A. from New York University in 1949 and a M.A. from Ohio State University in 1950. She has been awarded a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship (1968), an American Academy of Arts and Letters Award for Literature (1973), and a Guggenheim Fellowship (1982).
I'm male, taken
See 'truisms' (3/8/08) at my homepage below...
I'm female, say nothing