Articles tagged joyce carol oates

Joyce Carol Oates Is at Her Best With ‘Soul at White Heat’

Oates' prose has achieved a level of polish most writers can only wish for.

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The Paris Review Interviews, Vols. 1-4, Edited by Philip Gourevitch

If you love to read, love to write, or are simply curious about how great authors think and talk about their craft, you’ll find these interviews endlessly fascinating.

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Since Joyce Carol Oates’ first novel With Shuddering Fall came out in 1964, she has averaged two books a year. Many of them are novels, though

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My Sister, My Love by Joyce Carol Oates

A strange hybrid of cultural parody and psychological realism, in which Oates’s broadly drawn characters gradually take on realistic emotional complexity.

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31 Oct 2007 // 2:09 AM

The author of Ecclesiastes was a very wise man, and never more so than when he intoned: “And further, by these, my son, be admonished:

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25 Oct 2004 // 12:00 AM

The Falls by Joyce Carol Oates

The close-knit family psycho-drama that the author intends simply loses its purpose as its scope is blown out of proportion to match the massive scenery of Niagara Falls.

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That Ribbon of Highway: Sharon Jones Re-shapes Woody Guthrie's Song

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"Sharon Jones and Woodie Guthrie knew: great songs belong to everybody.

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