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Joyce Carol Oates


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Joyce Carol Oates
   was born on   
June 16, 1938
Prolific American author
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Them
National Book Award, 1970
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Wonderland
1971
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Childwold
1976
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
We Were the Mulvaneys
1996
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Foxfire (1996)
Based on the 1993 book 'Foxfire: Confessions of a Girl Gang'
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
With a Shuddering Fall
1964; author's first novel
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Bellefleur
1980
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
The Gravedigger's Daughter
2007
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
The Seduction and Other Stories
1975
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Black Water
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Blonde
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Marya
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Theft
1981
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been?
In The Wheel of Love and Other Stories, 1970
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Last Days
Published 1984
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Night. Sleep. Death. The Stars.
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Unmailed, Unwritten Letters
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
The Lady With the Pet Dog
Joyce Carol Oates
   created the character   
Jean Pierre Bellefleur
Bellefleur, 1980
Joyce Carol Oates
   created the character   
Jesse Vogel
Wonderland, 1971
Joyce Carol Oates
   created the character   
Rebecca Tignor
The Gravedigger's Daughter, 2007
Joyce Carol Oates
   created the character   
Dr Karl Pedersen
Wonderland
Joyce Carol Oates
   created the character   
Loretta Botsford
Them, 1969
Bellefleur Mansion
   was created by   
Joyce Carol Oates
Ancestral home of the Bellefleurs, from "Bellefleur", 1980
Lake Noir
   was created by   
Joyce Carol Oates
From "Bellefleur"
Nautagua County
   was created by   
Joyce Carol Oates
Mountainous region surrounding Lake Noir, from "Bellefleur"
Yewville
   was created by   
Joyce Carol Oates
Town in upstate New York, from "Wonderland", 1971
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
The Dead
1973; McCall's
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
In the Region of Ice
1967; The Atlantic Monthly
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
My Sister, My Love
2008
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
Little Bird of Heaven
2009
Joyce Carol Oates
   wrote   
A Fair Maiden
2010
Joyce Carol Oates
   won the award for   
Fossil-Figures (2011)
Best Short Story






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