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High Crime Area: Tales of Darkness and DreadHigh Crime Area: Tales of Darkness and Dreadright-arrows

"Oates is at her best depicting characters who seem perplexed by their own needs, desires, and obligations, and readers seeking tidy resolutions and clear endings won't find them in these tales."

 —Publishers Weekly

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"At its Dostoevsky-inspired conclusion, Carthage is, perhaps, darker than We Were the Mulvaneys, but what it attains is a profound and poignant vision of American guilt, and its potential for some kind of absolution."

 —John Burnside, The Guardian

Bearing Witness: Joyce Carol Oates Studies — A call for contributors to the inaugural issue of a scholarly journal on one of the towering figures of American literature.

 

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