Marriages and Infidelities: Joyce Carol Oates's Way Out of the Labyrinths of Metafiction

@article{Arajo2004MarriagesAI,
  title={Marriages and Infidelities: Joyce Carol Oates's Way Out of the Labyrinths of Metafiction},
  author={Susana Ara{\'u}jo},
  journal={Women's Studies},
  year={2004},
  volume={33},
  pages={103 - 123}
}
In this article I will look at a crucial period in the shaping of Joyce Carol Oates’s short fiction—the early seventies. This decade witnesses Oates’s experiment with a varied range of styles and genres; a move which, in terms of her short fiction, allows a more articulate approach to her various thematic subjects. Oates’s increasing productivity allows a different organization of her short fiction volumes, which adopt the structure of thematically unified collections. This decade is a period… Expand
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