from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Oates, Joyce Carol Born 1938. American writer whose works often concern love and violence in American society. Among her novels are A Garden of Earthly Delights (1967), Bellefleur (1980), and American Appetites (1989).
- Oates, Titus 1649-1705. English conspirator. His story of a Jesuit plot to assassinate Charles II (1678) resulted in the execution of many innocent Catholics.
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- proper n. A surname.
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- n. English conspirator who claimed that there was a Jesuit plot to assassinate Charles II (1649-1705)
- n. United States writer (born in 1938)
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With the unflinching candor and sympathy for which Joyce Carol Oates is celebrated, these fourteen stories examine the intimate lives of contemporary American families: the tangled ties between generations, the desperationand the covert, radiant happinessof loving more than one is loved in return.
"Oates is a master at injecting potent personal and social psychology into the lean musculature of a thriller, a feat that, in this case, starkly exposes key paradoxes at work in the American soul."
Oates is supremely atmospheric, erotic, and suspenseful in this virtuoso novel of identity, power, and moral reckoning.
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It's not computer science or web specific, though I guess someone like George Oates is a pretty obvious suggestion.
Oates is in top form as she creates a narrative voice that is bitter and humorous yet sympathetic, building to a dramatic and satisfying resolution.
What has always astonished me about Oates is that she is so astonishingly prolific, while holding a full-time job in academia, etc.