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  • Joyce Carol Oates

    In Joyce Carol Oates story, "Where Are You Going Where Have You Been?" there are two main characters in the story...

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  • Joyce Carol Oates Stories

    Scott Covell 3/12/2013 It Isn’t Strangers Who Break Our Hearts; it’s the One’s Who Say They Love Us. The females and males characters in...

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  • Joyce Carol Oates Outline

    How Joyce Carol Oates Life Affected her Work   I. The novels "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?" and...

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  • Beasts Joyce Carol Oates

    In “Beasts” by Joyce Carol Oates, the totems play a significant role throughout the entirety of the novel. ( in...

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  • Postmodernism and Joyce Carol Oates

    On Postmodernism For my short essay I will focus on a postmodern reading of Joyce Carol Oates, "How I Contemplated...

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  • Joyce Carol Oates

    Joyce Carol Oates’s “Four Summers” I found the following questions, taken from James H. Pickering’s 10th edition of Fiction...

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  • "Shopping" Joyce Carol Oates

    There are many things that can make the job of being a mother tough and one of them is being a single mother. In the short story, “Shopping” by...

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  • Joyce Carol Oates

    Catalina Pension Mrs. Wall English 1102 21 April 2011 Joyce Carol Oates uses characterization and the coming...

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  • Joyce Carol Oates Biography

    Cato Joyce Carol Oates: Biography Joyce Carol Oates was born on June...

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  • Joyce Carol Oates

    Joyce Carol Oates: “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” NOTES PRE-READING: • rebels/“bad boys”...

    Cronus Titan (mythology) Rhea (mythology) 8459 Words | 35 Pages

  • "Shopping" by Joyce Carol Oates

    between Nola and her mother Mrs. Dietrich, characters in “Shopping by Joyce Carol Oates. Nola is obviously trying...

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  • Joyce Carol Oates

    English 126 29 November 2012 Joyce Carol...

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  • Joyce Carol Oates

    Decisions like which colleges to go to, or to decide to marry their high school sweet heart. A teenager’s loss of innocence is the focal point of...

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  • "Landfill" by Joyce Carol Oates

    Ethical Origin Writers have always drawn inspiration from real events for their stories. Joyce Carol Oates is...

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  • Analysis of Tusk by Joyce Carol Oates

    Tusk By Joyce Carol Oates Abnormal and captivating. These would be some of the keywords of the essay Tusk by...

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  • The Magnanimity of Wuthering Heights by Joyce Carol Oates

    inevitability, a "gypsy" foundling, named for a dead son, usurps a father's love); both seem to progress less as a consequence of individual and personal...

    Wuthering Heights Catherine Earnshaw Hareton Earnshaw 6665 Words | 18 Pages

  • Research Paper Devil in Joyce Carol Oates Works

    been a theme in writings for decades; authors have played with the symbolism of the Devil in their characters to add depth to their writing....

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  • "We Were the Mulvaneys" by Joyce Carol Oates.

    The book, "We Were the Mulvaneys" by Joyce Carol Oates, is the story of an "all American family" that falls apart...

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  • Comparison on "Song of Songs" by Ellen Gilchrist and "Shopping" by Joyce Carol Oates

    between parents and child is one of unconditional love. However, not all families' relationships are ideal. In the two short stories "Shopping" by...

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  • Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? by Joyce Carol Oates

    as the passing from one grade to another in school. Other changes are more dramatic, such as the transition from childhood to adulthood. In...

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