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  1. says:

    And Man knows it Knows, over, that the Woman that God gave him Must command but may not govern shall enthral but not enslave him And She knows, because She warns him, and Her instincts never fail, That the Female of Her Species isdeadly than the Male Thus the closing lines of Kipling s long poem to the victim hood of men that gave Oates collection of short stories its name Reading the 19th century misogynist s lines still makes me smile somewhat though, as they are showing me And Man knows it Knows, over, that the Woman that God gave him Must command but may not govern shall enthral but not enslave him And She knows, because She warns him, and Her instincts never fail, That the Female of Her Species isdeadly than the Male Thus the closing lines of Kipling s long poem to the victim hood of men that gave Oates collection of short stories its name Reading the 19th century misogynist s lines still makes me smile somewhat though, as they are showing me how far we have got since the days he praised patriarchy, the British Empire and The White Man s Burden I can accept his genius in its historical framework for what it is bound in its time and place by an early indoctrination Oates is different in two respects.First of all, her participation in our contemporary world makes me less inclined to accept ...


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    Reading this book is like having a nightmare No, actually it s like having nine separate nightmares.That s not critisism, by the way This was the only way I could think of to describe these short stories It says right in the title that these are tales of mystery and suspense , and believe me, when Joyce Carol Oates tells you you re going to read a book of suspensful mystery stories, she is not kidding around Each story in this book focuses on a woman doing something horrible, violent, or ju Reading this book is like having a nightmare No, actually it s like having nine separate nightmares.That s not critisism, by the way This was the only way I could think of to describe these short stories It says right in the title that these are tales of mystery and suspense , and believe me, when Joyce Carol Oates tells you you re going to read a book of suspensful mystery stories, she is not kidding around Each story in...


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    Creepy For me, that s not so good I ll be honest this is the first JCO I ve read I grew up in New Jersey and my mom used to tell me about seeing JCO at the public library being a real pill So I haven t been drawn to her work, and this try didn t warm me to her.


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    So Help Me God A young woman married to an abusive and devilish man might be pushed to react The Banshee A suspenseful tale of a young girl of six attempts to garner the attention of her wealthy socialite parents Doll A Romance of the Mississippi Doll, along with her father, travel through seedy towns along the Mississippi leaving a bloody trail in their wake Madison at Guignol A wealthy, vain New York City socialite craves the approval of her peers, to the point wh So Help Me God A young woman married to an abusive and devilish man might be pushed to react The Banshee A suspenseful tale of a young girl of six at...


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    3.5 5This was the second book of Joyce Carol Oates I read the first one being Foxfire Confessions of a Girl Gang it s brilliant and very much underhyped read it shia leboeuf voice just do it and I wasn t disappointed.The Female of the Species is a collection of short stories about women being pushed to evil Just like in Foxfire, I m amazed by Oates being able to give each narrator such a distinctive voice The women in these stories are at once beautiful, ugly, innocent, murderous, a 3.5 5This was the second book of Joyce Carol Oates I read the first one being...


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    Review originally published on my Bookstagram acc The Female Of The Species by JoyceCarolOatesIt s been a long time since I wanted to read something from this author, but my interest peeked when Carlos Ruiz Zaf n one of my favorite writers mentioned her as one of his favorites Maybe my expectations were too h...


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    My second Oates This one is a collection of short stories, many of which originally appeared in genre magazines I think I can safely say now that Oates doesn t quite work for me According to the blurb, in these stories women are confronted by the evil around them and surprised by the evil they find within them I thought the most successful story was Madison at Guignol , in which a trophy wife polished to a lacquer like gloss learns of a secret door at one of her favourite high end boutiqu My second Oates This one is a collection of short stories, many of which originally appeared in genre magazines I think I can safely say now that Oates doesn t quite work for me According to the blurb, in these stories women are confronted by the evil around them and surprised by the evil they find within them I thought the most successful story was Madison at Guignol , in which a trophy wife polished to a lacquer like gloss learns of a secret door at one of her favourite high end boutiques and insists on admittance through it Fifth Avenue meets Gothic horror Another one I liked was Hunger , a much longer piece about a bored wife who, after a holiday affair with a younger man, is horrified when he turns ...


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    This collection of short storis examines the capacity of women to do evil Bringing us into the depths of horror, Oates s protagonists range in age, interest, and situation We meet a six year old girl, a young nurse, a middle aged fashionista, and an elderly woman dying in a nursing home, among others What unites all of these women across their stories are the desperate personal circumstances in which they find themselves, and the realization that the only path out is a dark and disturbing one This collection of short storis examines the capacity of women to do evil Bringing us into the depths of horror, Oates s protagonists range in age, interest, and situation We meet a six year old girl, a young nurse, a middle aged fashioni...


  9. says:

    I was first interested in reading this book because most of the narrators were female, so it would be easy for me to relate to them Many of the stories were filled with mystery and suspense just as the title suggested, bu...


  10. says:

    This was one of the books that taught me that people are basically savages waiting to be unleashed.


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