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Heat and other stories

Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 1991 - 397 pages
A collection of short stories includes twenty-five tales representing the author's wide range and ability to depict different aspects of American experience
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Childwold

Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 1976 - 295 pages
A lonely middle-aged eccentric named Kasch falls in love with a beautiful fourteen-year-old girl named Laney and becomes fatefully involved with her family, inhabitants of the ...
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Snake Eyes

Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 2017 - 280 pages
A New Jersey family takes an ex-con into their suburban home in this “chilling, nightmarish” novel by a #1 New York Times–bestselling author (San Francisco Chronicle). Attorney ...
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Will You Always Love Me? and Other Stories

Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 1996 - 326 pages
Surveying a cross-section of the American scene, a collection of twenty-four short stories takes readers from inner cities to isolated backwaters with such titles as "The Goose ...
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The Night Side

Kanat ADAM - 2009
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Unholy loves: a novel

Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 1979 - 335 pages
Looks at the lives of the men and women of a prestigious upstate college, including Albert St. Dennis, Professor of Poetry, and the people he meets-Brigit, a divorcee, and ...
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Foxfire: confessions of a girl gang

Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 1993 - 328 pages
In upstate New York during the 1950s, five rebellious teenage girls form a gang and embark on a mission of fury, anger, violence, and revenge. By the author of Black Water. 60 ...
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Marya: A Life

Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 2014 - 352 pages
A deeply intimate psychological portrait of a young woman's tragic childhood, her reinvention as a successful young artist in the literary circles of 1950s New York City, and ...
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