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BOOK REVIEW: AFTER THE WRECK, I PICKED MYSELF UP, SPREAD MY WINGS, AND FLEW AWAY BY JOYCE CAROL OATES

After the Wreck, I Picked Myself Up, Spread My Wings, and Flew Away by Joyce Carol Oates
HarperTeen (paperback), 2007
320 Pages

Author Website

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The Triumph Of The Spider Monkey by Joyce Carol Oates

The Triumph of the Spider Monkey by Joyce Carol Oates

Black Sparrow Press (paperback), 1976

89 Pages

Author’s Website

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Bobbie Gotteson is found in a foot-locker in the Canal Street bus terminal and, turning early to acts of manic desperation, grows into a life of vengeful, fantasy-imbued murders. 230 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: WITH SHUDDERING FALL BY JOYCE CAROL OATES

With Shuddering Fall by Joyce Carol Oates

Fawcett World Library (Paperback), 1964

224 Pages 

www.usfca.edu/jco

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Once again, award-winning novelist Joyce Carol Oates demonstrates her dazzling ability to capture the violence sensuality and cruelty of men and women caught unaware by passions they can neither accept nor deny. 224 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: UNHOLY LOVES BY JOYCE CAROL OATES

UNHOLY LOVES BY JOYCE CAROL OATES

VANGUARD PRESS (HARDBACK), 1979

335 PAGES 

WWW.USFCA.EDU/JCO 

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IN UNHOLY LOVES, Joyce Carol Oates turns her piercing eye upon the men and women who people a prestigious upstate college, probing the marriages, affairs and comic intrigues that lie beneath the school’s serene exterior. 243 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: SON OF THE MORNING BY JOYCE CAROL OATES

SON OF THE MORNING BY JOYCE CAROL OATES

FAWCETT CREST BOOKS (PAPERBACK), 1978

412 PAGES 

WWW.USFCA.EDU/JCO 

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In this memorable novel, Joyce Carol Oates tells not only of the travail of a man who believes himself one of God’s Chosen but looks into the hearts of those many Americans who today follow so avidly evangelism’s word. 188 more words

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Book Review: Childwold by Joyce Carol Oates

Childwold By Joyce Carol Oates

Fawcett Crest Books (Paperback), 1976

287 Pages 

www.usfca.edu/jco

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This is the story of an enchantment and its dramatic consequences. 310 more words

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Book Review: Do With Me What You Will by Joyce Carol Oates

Do With Me What You Will By Joyce Carol Oates

Fawcett Crest Books (Paperback), 1974

541 Pages 

www.usfca.edu/jco/

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Three men wanted Elena Howe… and shaped her life. 374 more words

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