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Blonde AUTHOR Joyce Carol Oates review ↠ 106 Joyce Carol Oates ð 6 Read & Download Free read Ú PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ð Joyce Carol Oates Ow as Marilyn Monroe In a voice startlingly intimate and rich Norma Jeane tells her own story of an emblematic American artist intensely conflicted and driven who had lost her way A powerful portrait of Holly. I wasn t really sure how to go about reviewing this book at first but then I came up with a solution and it s a reviewing style I ll call The Good The Bad and The UglyHere we goThe Good Of course Joyce Carol Oates is a scary talented author and I bow at her feet The writing in this book goes from staggeringly beautiful to heart wrenchingly sad and all of it is masterfully executed The fact is no matter what the following might say I would probably give my left foot to be able to write like Oates does So let s move onThe Bad The story a fictionalized account of Marilyn Monroe s life is yet another thrilling installment in this author s Men Are Evil And Will Hurt You saga Okay Joyce I get that Marilyn had issues I get that men pushed her around But honestlyThen came her fairy godmother to tell her There s a secret way into the Walled GardenThere s a hidden door in the wall but you must wait like a good little girl for this door to be openedYou must win over the doorkeeper an old ugly green skinned gnome You must make the doorkeeper take notice of you You must make the doorkeeper desire you And then he will love you and will do your bidding Smile Smile and be happy Smile and take off your clothes For your Magic Friend in the mirror will help youthe old ugly green skinned gnome was really a prince under an evil enchantment and he will kneel before you and ask for your hand in marriage and you will live with him happily forever in his Garden kingdom never will you be a lonely unhappy little girl again So long as you remain with your Prince in the Walled GardenGood lord And I haven t even mentioned how she calls each of her husbands Daddy Really Joyce you can cut the subtlety with a freaking battle axe here The Ugly Several of Marilyn Monroe s movies are described in the book including Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Some Like It Hot These are two of my favorite movies or I should say they used to be I m not sure because I haven t tried watching them but they might be ruined for me Can we talk about Some Like It Hot for a minute here Oates s book tries to make the case that by this point in Marilyn Monroe s career everyone was disgusted with her and her love interest in the movie C aka Tony Curtis was so grossed out by her that he hating acting in the romantic scenes with her Okay Tony Curtis s autobiography American Prince A Memoir recently came out and I read an excerpt in Vanity Fair He was writing about Marilyn and how they used to date before she was famous and had red hair two things that aren t in the book HA Joyce Carol Oates I know something you don t know Anyway they weren t going out when they made the movie but he was still attracted to her According to Curtis he totally had a hard on for that entire scene in the yacht and Marilyn knew it What s Oates s take on the movie Here you go And so C despised her at their climactic kissing scene how he d wish to spit into Sugar Kane s phony ingenue face for by this time the mere touch of Monroe s leathery skin revulsed him C would be Monroe s enemy for life after her death what tales C would tell of herI really really hope that Tony Curtis reads Blonde And I hope he sends Joyce Carol Oates a letter that goes like this Dear Ms Oates Rot in hell you pretentious feminazi asshole What gives you the right to write down Marilyn s life for her and assign roles to each of us so we could all look like evil bastards compared to her You didn t know her you didn t know any of us and you re no better than all the tabloids exploiting her fame and her death to make money Fuck you very much Madeline Tony Curtis I must say the man has a point Out of Bounds up with a solution and it s a reviewing style I ll call The Good The Bad and The UglyHere we goThe Good Of course Joyce Carol Oates is a scary talented author and I bow at her feet The writing in this book goes from staggeringly beautiful to heart wrenchingly sad and all of it is masterfully executed The fact is no matter what the following might say I would probably give my left foot to be able to write like Oates does So let s move onThe Bad The story a fictionalized account of Marilyn Monroe s life is yet another thrilling installment in this author s Men Are Evil And Will Hurt You saga Okay Joyce I get that Marilyn had issues I get that men pushed her around But honestlyThen came her fairy godmother to tell her There s a secret way into the Walled GardenThere s a hidden door in the wall but you must wait like a good little girl for this door to be openedYou must win over the doorkeeper an old Grass Sky Song ugly green skinned gnome You must make the doorkeeper take notice of you You must make the doorkeeper desire you And then he will love you and will do your bidding Smile Smile and be happy Smile and take off your clothes For your Magic Friend in the mirror will help youthe old Otter Chaos Otter Chaos #1 ugly green skinned gnome was really a prince The Illusionists under an evil enchantment and he will kneel before you and ask for your hand in marriage and you will live with him happily forever in his Garden kingdom never will you be a lonely The Last Testament unhappy little girl again So long as you remain with your Prince in the Walled GardenGood lord And I haven t even mentioned how she calls each of her husbands Daddy Really Joyce you can cut the subtlety with a freaking battle axe here The Ugly Several of Marilyn Monroe s movies are described in the book including Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Some Like It Hot These are two of my favorite movies or I should say they One for My Baby used to be I m not sure because I haven t tried watching them but they might be ruined for me Can we talk about Some Like It Hot for a minute here Oates s book tries to make the case that by this point in Marilyn Monroe s career everyone was disgusted with her and her love interest in the movie C aka Tony Curtis was so grossed out by her that he hating acting in the romantic scenes with her Okay Tony Curtis s autobiography American Prince A Memoir recently came out and I read an excerpt in Vanity Fair He was writing about Marilyn and how they Paragon Walk used to date before she was famous and had red hair two things that aren t in the book HA Joyce Carol Oates I know something you don t know Anyway they weren t going out when they made the movie but he was still attracted to her According to Curtis he totally had a hard on for that entire scene in the yacht and Marilyn knew it What s Oates s take on the movie Here you go And so C despised her at their climactic kissing scene how he d wish to spit into Sugar Kane s phony ingenue face for by this time the mere touch of Monroe s leathery skin revulsed him C would be Monroe s enemy for life after her death what tales C would tell of herI really really hope that Tony Curtis reads Blonde And I hope he sends Joyce Carol Oates a letter that goes like this Dear Ms Oates Rot in hell you pretentious feminazi asshole What gives you the right to write down Marilyn s life for her and assign roles to each of We us so we could all look like evil bastards compared to her You didn t know her you didn t know any of The Moon Platoon Space Runners #1 us and you re no better than all the tabloids exploiting her fame and her death to make money Fuck you very much Madeline Tony Curtis I must say the man has a point

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Blonde AUTHOR Joyce Carol Oates

Blonde AUTHOR Joyce Carol Oates review ↠ 106 Joyce Carol Oates ð 6 Read & Download Free read Ú PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ð Joyce Carol Oates Wood's myth and an extraordinary woman's heartbreaking reality Blonde is a sweeping epic that pays tribute to the elusive magic and devastation behind the creation of the great twentieth century American star. I have conflicting emotions about this book and it goes something like this The book is about Marilyn so what is there NOT to like about it right Warts and all it is a powerful book written by a powerful writer But the song that keeps playing in my head the words that keep haunting me comes from the voice of another writer This is the story of a rape This is the story of a rape of the events that led up to it and followed it and of the place in which it happened There are the action the people and the place all of which are interrelated but in their totality incommunicable in isolation from the moral continuum of human affairs There is something so ugly and disturbing about Joyce Carol Oates s interpretation of Marilyn s life that if one were to take away the author s name one would suspect it was written by a loathsome mysogynist hell bent on destroying every last vestige of humanity in Marilyn Monroe movie ueen and Norma Jeane Baker innocent dreamerI fell into a trance in the first few hundred pages falling subject to Norma Jeane s unuenchable spirit Even tossed about by the vagaries of her early years the reader sees how Norma Jeane was destined for some kind of greatness She was an indefatigable optimist a resilient life force that did battle with her mother s depression and burgeoning insanity and from under which she sprang out stronger still It was only later after the little fighter had grown into a vibrant woman who had been knocked down one too many times that the inherited depression finally consumed her and dragged her into hell In the intervening years she fought and fought like hell to hang onto the dream of getting out alive and making something of her life The reader can t help but feel an overwhelming sadness and fatalism because unlike the young Norma Jeane we know how the story ends So far so good despite its all consuming sadnessThen Oates s fangs come out She reveals to us her secret loathing for Marilyn sub consciously played out in the voice of the men who hated The Blonde Actress cow cunt stupid cunt mammalian bitch tramp slut WHORE sucker of cocks depressed whacko bitch stupid cunt stupid cunt stupid cunt OK we hear you But that s the point I don t hear the voice of the men so much as I hear Oates s voice in my head you whore you bitch you cunt The sub text screams to me so loudly it s like a punch in the face by Oates every slander uttered This is nothing but a vile peep show it occurred to me half way through the novel Here I am engaging in the tearing down of the movie ueen complicit in the act of rape No one is forcing me to read this book just like no one forced Oates to write itThe voyeuristic uality is enhanced by the protracted use of the third person The Blonde Actress The Ex Athlete The Playwright The President We the readers are standing in the red light district leering into the dimly lit and dirty window where the young woman lies exposed and vulnerable No one looks away either out of decency or revulsion A human being is being torn apart and we continue to be complicit in her excoriation You won t write about me will you Daddy You won t write about me will you You won t write about me Knowing this knowing how much Norma Jeane abhorred being written about in her Marilyn persona Oates revels in ignoring her plea Like the paparazzi who swoop like carrion birds she licks up every last intimate detail and splatters it luridly for our consumption Disturbingly Oates seems even obsessed with Marilyn s body than the raving fans dwelling obsessively on skin and excretions and secretions ad nauseam She is pre occupied with Marilyn s sexual intimacies and her miscarriages and her womb She is so consumed by Marilyn s womb in fact that she leaves us with the notion she believes all Marilyn ever was was a big gaping receptacle of vileness hungry for as much degradation as she could possibly contain Over and over again we hear stupid cunt hailed as the avenue to the stinking infertile receptacle Marilyn s womb did not bear fruit after all it was simply another secreting foul failure of our movie ueen I m always running into people s unconscious Those words prophetically spoken by Marilyn Monroe in her empty headed persona shine uite a light on this fictional biography Oates seems to have run smack into the middle of her own unconscious while trying to explore Marilyn s As much as art can be an exploratory medium to expose the vileness of the world and act as a cathartic force for change just as often it reveals the vileness or the victim within It often uncovers our own hidden truths and reveals to us our own failings When confronted with ourselves it thus becomes easy to say this is just art when we really should be admitting this is me As much as this was an authoritative book then it was an eually forceful indictment of the things that should not be said Certain secrets should not be violated Add to that there are some books that should never have been written despite the truths they hold This is one of themSo many will disagree because it was written by an influential writer and it s art

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Blonde AUTHOR Joyce Carol Oates review ↠ 106 Joyce Carol Oates ð 6 Read & Download Free read Ú PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ð Joyce Carol Oates In her most ambitious work to date Joyce Carol Oates boldly reimagines the inner poetic and spiritual life of Norma Jeane Baker the child the woman the fated celebrity and idolized blonde the world came to kn. Finally finished wish I were still reading all magic is gone from life now pls advsThis is the New Feminist Text I honestly think if every gal too young to remember or too young to even have a mother who actively remembers the effects of the women s movement of the 60s were given a copy of this book we d have much less patriarchy snackdom in the world much eual pay and way fewer pointy toed stilettosMarilyn Monroe was continuously systematically screwed over pawned and sucked dry by man after man playwright and athlete and high school sweetheart alike as well as by Men which includes not just men but all the women gentlemen scholars mathematicians AND carpenters wives who agree that the female body is but a glittery soft object for boys to ogle pet and circle jerk off to from the comforts of the Oval Office or locker room bench alike an object off of which there s billions to be made throughout her brief lifeAll the girls these days who walk around purring docilely between bouts of bulimia in designer skinnyjeans on their way to have their antidepressant prescriptions refilled need to read this book and then get back to us on whether or not they still think calling themselves and maybe actually BECOMING feminists is unnecessaryUpdate I m absorbing this book slowly through a long visually unremarkable osmotic process or maybe it s the other way around and I m ITS prey Either way I m only a little than halfway through and I think I might experience actual physical withdrawal when I m done For madness is seductive sexy Female madnessSo long as the female is reasonably young and attractive why I love Joyce Carol Oates


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    Blonde AUTHOR Joyce Carol Oates review ↠ 106 Blonde is the Fictionalized Biography of Marilyn Monroe I chose to read it over a conventional style biography because I thought it would thought would be a personal account and show of her character and personality The book chronicles her life as a young child growing up with a mentally unstable mother and even

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