3 edition of The lamb of Abyssalia found in the catalog.
The lamb of Abyssalia
Joyce Carol Oates
|Statement||Joyce Carol Oates.|
|LC Classifications||PS3565.A8 L35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||79066104|
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Oates, Joyce Carol –(Lauren Kelly, Rosamond Smith) PERSONAL: Born J , in Lockport, NY; daughter of Frederic James (a tool and die designer) and Caroline (Bush) Oates; married Raymond Joseph Smith, Janu Education: Syracuse University, B.A., ; University of Wisconsin, M.A., Source for information on Oates, Joyce Carol –: Concise Major 21st Century. The final novel of the triptych, them (), is the most critically acclaimed of Oates's early novels; it received the National Book Award in Based on the life of one of her students in Detroit, where Oates and her husband lived at the time of the race riots in , them begins with Loretta, a sixteen-year-old girl living in the slums Author: Maile Chapman.
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Joyce Carol Oates is one of most prolific and versatile contemporary writer in the United States of America. She has produced so much work and on various subjects, but most of which focus majorly on intellectual, sexual and spiritual decline of modern America society.
Will Be with You Soon (). Her compilations of short stories continued with The Lamb of Abyssalia (), A Sentimental Education (), Last Days (), Wild Nights (), Raven's Wing(), and The Assignation ().
In addition she enjoyed great success with On Boxing (), an eloquent meditation on prizefighting. Joyce Carol Oates was born on Jin Lockport, New York, the oldest of Frederic and Caroline Oates's three children. The family lived on a farm owned by Caroline's parents.
Joyce's father was a tool designer, and her mother was a housewife. Oates was a serious child who read a great deal. Last Days: Stories Books A little girl who has witnessed a murder; a fragile, simple-minded woman deserted by her husband; a brilliant college student edging toward the brink of insanity; an American intellectual visiting in Poland, so closely identifying with “My Warszawa” that she finds her own sense of identity slipping away.
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The witness -- Last days -- Funland -- The man whom women adored -- Night. Sleep. Death. The stars -- Ich bin ein Berliner -- Détente -- My Warszawa, -- Old Budapest -- Lamb of Abyssalia -- Our wallPages: Lamb of Abyssalia Last Days: Stories The Life of the Writer, The Life of the Career Love and Its Derangements: Poems Man Crazy: A Novel Marriages and Infidelities Marya: A Life My Heart Laid Bare Mysteries of Winterthurn New Heaven, New Earth: The Visionary Experience in Literature Night Side Nightwalks: A Bedside Companion Oates in Exile On Boxing.
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