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  1. 31 mag 2024 · More than being just a medical thriller, it’s closer in temperament to works of gothic body horror, from Frankenstein through to the contemporary work of Mariana Enríquez.

  2. 21 mag 2024 · Through the lens of a 19th-century doctor, Joyce Carol Oates explores gothic medical horror.

    • Daphne Merkin
  3. 29 mag 2024 · The new novel “Butcher” by Joyce Carol Oates is a reflection on women's agency over their bodies. It tells the story of Silas Aloysius Weir during his years as director of New Jersey State Asylum for Female Lunatics in the mid- to late 1880s.

  4. 19 mag 2024 · Join National Book Award winner Joyce Carol Oates (Them, We Were the Mulvaneys, Blonde) on her extraordinary life in letters — and her new book, Letters to a Biographer — with Jonathan Safran Foer (Here I Am, Everything is Illuminated).

    • May 20, 2024
  5. 29 mag 2024 · Drawing on some themes common in her past books, like sexual abuse and hunger for power, “Butcher” also examines the agency girls and women have — or don't have — over their own bodies ...

  6. www.kirkusreviews.com › book-reviews › joyce-carol-oatesBUTCHER | Kirkus Reviews

    21 mag 2024 · Her tensely platonic romance with a married surgeon ends when his broken, unbreathing body is airlifted out by helicopter; she throws her pent-up passion into a wild affair with a soldier who happens to be her dead brother’s best friend.

  7. 5 giu 2024 · by Joyce Carol Oates From a master “mind reader who writes psychological horror stories about seriously disturbed minds” ( New York Times Book Review ), this gorgeously eerie story collection explores the deepest entwinings of lust and repulsion, creation and dissolution, Eros and Thanatos