2 edition of Gathering Oates found in the catalog.
Christine McNutt Oates
by C.M. Oates in Craigville, MA (127 Lake Elizabeth Dr., Craigville 02636)
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. xiii) and index.
|Statement||by Christine McNutt Oates.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.O116 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 306 p. :|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||98067036|
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This book is about the. Oates gathers here a diverse anthology of over one hundred works, including "miniature" narratives, dramatic monologues, poems that tell stories, memoir and diary excerpts, and a generous sampling of classic and contemporary short stories/5(17).
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Oates’s The Assassins: A Book of Hours published in focuses on the impacts of the assassination of a prominent politician on his two brothers and more so, the wife. ‘Son of the Morning’, published in narrates the rise & fall of a minister whose faith is tested and strengthened by a number of happenings in his life.
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She is a devoted Evangelical Christian and therefore, many of her novels are influenced with Christianity and religion. Oke was born as Janette Steeves in Champion, Alberta, to a Canadian prairie farmer and his wife during the Great.
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There’s a hint in the title of the book, “We Were the Mulvaneys,” and it weighs on you as you read the story. The “Were,” was ever present while reading about this highly functional, amazing family.
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A usual-suspects gathering of living American short-story writers, with a few nods to the up-and-coming generation. A short story is to a novel as an. A Book of American Martyrs by Joyce Carol Oates review – gripping fiction The prolific US author has written a page-turning novel about two families on either side of the abortion debate.
More of the same, from the most frustratingly uneven writer in the business. In other words, the usual disjointed gathering of carefully composed and inexplicably slipshod work: 19 stories, of varying length and intensity, most of which present overfamiliar Oates character types: people who experience violence or menace or are haunted and traumatized by memories of it.
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them was on one of the lists, but it was the weighty Blonde that caught my eye. In the eighteen years since, I’ve read. Uncensored: Views & (Re)views is Joyce Carol Oates's most candid gathering of prose pieces since (Woman) Writer: Occasions & ninth book of nonfiction, it brings together thirty-eight diverse and provocative pieces from the New York Review of Books, the Times Literary Supplement, and the New York Times Book Review.
Oates states in her preface, "In/5(10). The need for loveobsessive, self-destructive, unpredictabletakes us to forbidden places, as in the chilling world of Give Me Your Heart, a new collection of stories by the inimitable Joyce Carol Oates. In ten razor-sharp stories, children veer beyond their parents control, wives and husbands wake up to find that they hardly know each other /5().Webinars Books Oates Award Recipient Presentations Webinars Books Oates Award Recipient The Vicki Hollon Library is the archive of books, symposia and other resources for spiritual and pastoral care at the Oates Institute.
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