Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

In her early fiction, Oates often displayed a sharp talent for the texture and rhythm of psychological obsession—but this study of the feverish friendship between two women is unconvincing, thin and artificial, from start to finish. The novel is presented from the viewpoint of Monica Jensen, a 30-ish, fair, rather repressed sort who takes a teaching job at a private boys' school in rural ... Read full review

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Review: Solstice

User Review  - Marycake - Goodreads

I finished Joyce Carol Oates' Solstice last night. A dear friend mailed it to me last month, with a note saying that it “gave me weird dreams, and I hope you like it.” In true JCO fashion, it was an ... Read full review

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