Faithless: Tales of Transgression

Paperback | June 4, 2002

byJoyce Carol Oates

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In this collection of twenty-one unforgettable stories, Joyce Carol Oates explores the mysterious private lives of men and women with vivid, unsparing precision and sympathy. By turns interlocutor and interpreter, magician and realist, she dissects the psyches of ordinary people and their potential for good and evil with chilling understatement and lasting power.

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In this collection of twenty-one unforgettable stories, Joyce Carol Oates explores the mysterious private lives of men and women with vivid, unsparing precision and sympathy. By turns interlocutor and interpreter, magician and realist, she dissects the psyches of ordinary people and their potential for good and evil with chilling under...

In this collection of twenty-one unforgettable stories, Joyce Carol Oates explores the mysterious private lives of men and women with vivid, unsparing precision and sympathy. By turns interlocutor and interpreter, magician and realist, she dissects the psyches of ordinary people and their potential for good and evil with chilling under...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.91 inPublished:June 4, 2002Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060933577

ISBN - 13:9780060933579

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“[Oates’s] mordant wit and keen descriptive powers invest Faithless with the giddy excitement that flares up whenever unspeakable topics are brought to light.” (Boston Herald)