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Review: You Must Remember This

User Review  - Albert Brennamin - Goodreads

This mid-length novel details the lives of Enid, Felix and Lyle Stevick very well, weaving them together in violent, explicit and tragic ways to show a tapestry of life in America's “golden years ... Read full review

Review: You Must Remember This

User Review  - Asciigod - Goodreads

"Though it was a truth Warren had picked up somewhere that things once said within a family cannot be unsaid. And things done but never named might well be forgotten" (p. 147). "You Must Remember This ... Read full review

Review: You Must Remember This

User Review  - Caitlin - Goodreads

My first book by Joyce and I am excited to read more! Such a unique style of writing and I love how she makes the reader feel as if he or she is really inside the mind of each character, hearing his ... Read full review

Review: You Must Remember This

User Review  - Cat - Goodreads

A friend of mine from Chile gave me this, saying it was the one English language book she'd read so far that she could actually understand. So I started reading it and was immediately overwhelmed by ... Read full review

Review: You Must Remember This

User Review  - Debbie - Goodreads

It's been so long since I read this. But I know when I owned it I read it 3 times. I never do this. I'm not sure why I did either. Maybe to try to understand. I also remember that The relationship was SO wrong but like an accident or something on the news.. you just couldn't look away. Read full review

Review: You Must Remember This

User Review  - Ingrid - Goodreads

A sprawling, intricately woven tale of a family in the 1950s. The narrative flows from family member to family member--with the main focus on Enid and Felix. Beautifully written. This was my first ... Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - amanaceerdh - LibraryThing

i am surprised this novel isn't more well-known. i thought it was great. oates is an amazing writer. Read full review

Review: You Must Remember This

User Review  - Heather - Goodreads

Inherently depressing but well written, switching between perspectives of the main characters with ease and surprising clarity. Set in post-war 1950s, in an era of H-Bomb scares and moral conformity ... Read full review

Review: You Must Remember This

User Review  - Randi Beth - Goodreads

Well, I knew I wasn't in for a fun read when one of the major characters attempts suicide at the age of fifteen in the prologue. So far, it seems that Oates has created a decent counter-nostalgic book ... Read full review


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