Joyce Carol Oates


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Noun1.Joyce Carol Oates - United States writer (born in 1938)
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A sampling of topics: American Idol, James Cagney, cigarettes, disco, George Foreman, Hurricane Katrina, legos, Joyce Carol Oates, Vogue, and The Ten Commandments.
Then there are writers such as Stephen King, Philip Roth, and, most dramatically, Joyce Carol Oates who embarrass us with their riches.
Here I Am by Joyce Carol Oates and The Devil And Billy Markham by Shel Silverstein can be seen tomorrow at 7.
Screenplay, Robin Campillo, Cantet, based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates.
Like Joyce Carol Oates, Parkison deftly works the caricatures of Southern Gothicism into terrifying clarity.
Ladbrokes - Nobel prize for Literature: 10 Haruki Murakami, 12 Mo Yan, Cees Nooteboom, 14 Ismail Kadare, Adonis, Ko Un, 16 Dacia Maraini, Philip Roth, Cormac McCarthy, Amos Oz, 20 Alice Munro, Enrique Vila-Matas, Eduardo Mendoza Garriga, Les Murray, Ngugi wa Thiog'o, Chinua Achebe, Assia Djebar, Thomas Pynchon, 25 Umberto Eco, Leonard Nolens, Mircea Cartarescu, 33 Adam Zagajewski, Karl Ove Knausgard, Don DeLillo, Peter Nadas, Nurridin Farah, Joyce Carol Oates, E L Doctorow, Bob Dylan, 50 bar.
Born today Eileen Atkins, actress, 78, right; Joyce Carol Oates, novelist, 74; James Bolam, actor, 77; Simon Williams, actor, 66; Ian Buchanan, actor, 55; Simon Khan, golfer, 40; Eddie Cibrian, actor, 39; Joe McElderry, singer/former X Factor winner, 21.
BIRTHDAYS: Eileen Atkins, actress, 78; Joyce Carol Oates, novelist, 74; James Bolam, actor, 77; Simon Williams (pictured) actor, 66; Ian Buchanan, actor, 55; Simon Khan, golfer, 40; Eddie Cibrian, actor, 39; Joe McElderry, singer/former X Factor winner, 21.
The Rise of Life on Earth (NY: New Directions, 1991) by Joyce Carol Oates presents a powerful and shocking portrayal of the murderous instinct of a battered woman, Kathleen Hennessey.
From fiction by Joyce Carol Oates to the best Mark Twain quotes; from the experiences of a teenaged Muslim girl in New York to pieces from graphic novels, this collection has something for everyone.
Previous winners include John Updike, Joyce Carol Oates, and Toni Morrison.
Other slices of Vogue and life spotlight artist Frida Kahlo, rocker/writer Patti Smith and a girlhood hat, Anjelica Huston contemplating her younger self, "Daddy of Cool" James Coburn, Joyce Carol Oates, Joan Silber and her waitress job at bygone hotspot Max's Kansas City, and how Jerry Hall's vivid lips inspired Lipstick Queen Poppy King to create her own line of luscious reds.