Joyce Carol Oates (* Juni in Lockport, New York) ist eine US-amerikanische Schriftstellerin. Gelegentlich publiziert Oates auch unter den. Verfolgung: Roman (German Edition) - Kindle edition by Oates, Joyce Carol, Schlüchtermann, Ilka. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC. Unlike anything Joyce Carol Oates has written before, A Widow's Story is the universally acclaimed author's poignant, intimate memoir about the unexpected.
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With him she published The Ontario Review , a literary magazine. Early in her career Oates contributed short stories to a number of magazines and reviews, including the Prairie Schooner , Literary Review , Southwest Review , and Epoch , and in she published her first collection of short stories, By the North Gate.
Her first novel , With Shuddering Fall , appeared in and was followed by a second short-story collection, Upon the Sweeping Flood She wrote prolifically thereafter, averaging about two books per year.
Her notable fiction works include A Garden of Earthly Delights , them ; winner of a National Book Award , Do with Me What You Will , Black Water , Foxfire: Confessions of a Girl Gang , Zombie , We Were the Mulvaneys , Broke Heart Blues , The Falls , My Sister, My Love: The Intimate Story of Skyler Rampike , Mudwoman , Daddy Love , Carthage , Jack of Spades , The Man Without a Shadow , and Night.
The Stars. Wild Nights! The stories in Black Dahlia and White Rose were threaded with menace and violence; the title piece fictionalized the sensational Black Dahlia murder in Los Angeles.
Evil Eye: Four Novellas of Love Gone Wrong is a collection of tales that explore the sinister possibilities of romantic entanglement.
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She received her first typewriter as a teen and received ardent support from her parents over her choice of a career as she wrote and wrote through high school and college.
She earned a scholarship to attend Syracuse University and graduated valedictorian in She then received her master's from the University of Wisconsin in , the same year in which she wed English student Raymond Smith.
Oates took on teaching work at the University of Detroit, and by the end of the decade, had moved on to work at the University of Windsor in Canada.
She and her husband went on to work as co-editors on the literary quarterly publication The Ontario Review , and Oates would take on a teaching position at Princeton University by the late s.