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Joyce Carol Oates • 259 Items / 66 Books, 84 Articles, 73 Reviews, 36 Poems
With Shuddering Fall (1964)
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    Price of Survival (Review)
    With Shuddering Fall, by Joyce Carol Oates
    1. With Shuddering Fall by Joyce Carol Oates
    The Saturday Review, November 28, 1964, p. 39
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    Received, Read, Recommended (2 Reviews)
    With Shuddering Fall, by Joyce Carol Oates
    1. With Shuddering Fall by Joyce Carol Oates
    2. Agrippa's Daughter by Howard Fast
    The North American Review (New), Winter 1964, p. 93
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    Books in Brief (8 Reviews)
    The Mantis and the Moth, by Max Weatherly
    1. The Mantis and the Moth by Max Weatherly
    2. With Shuddering Fall by Joyce Carol Oates
    3. The Inner Room by Vera Randal
    4. Birch Interval by Joanna Crawford
    5. If Morning Ever Comes by Anne Tyler
    6. The Two Nuns by Anne Hure
    7. The Tavern Lamps Are Burning by Carl L. Carmer
    8. American Wildflowers by H.W. Rickett
    The Harpers Monthly, November 1964, pp. 150-153
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    Fiction and Truth (14 Reviews)
    Maurice, by E.M. Forster
    1. Maurice by E.M. Forster
    2. Albergo Empedocle and Other Writings by E.M. Forster and George H. Thomson
    3. A Dance to the Music of Time: Third Movement by Anthony Powell
    4. Books Do Furnish a Room by Anthony Powell
    5. With Shuddering Fall by Joyce Carol Oates
    6. A Garden of Earthly Delights by Joyce Carol Oates
    7. Expensive People by Joyce Carol Oates
    8. them by Joyce Carol Oates
    9. Wonderland by Joyce Carol Oates
    10. Our Gang by Philip Roth
    11. Rabbit Redux by John Updike
    12. Torregreca by Ann Cornelisen
    13. Vendetta of Silence by Ann Cornelisen
    14. Akenfield: Portrait of an English Village by Ronald Blythe
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1972, pp. 142-156