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Last seen on: -NY Times Crossword 18 Nov 2017, Saturday
NY Times Crossword 18 Nov 2017, Saturday

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Them (styled as them) is a novel by Joyce Carol Oates, the third in the Wonderland Quartet she inaugurated with A Garden of Earthly Delights. It was first published by Vanguard in 1969 and it won the U.S. National Book Award for Fiction in 1970.


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Many years and many awards later, Oates surmised that them and Blonde (2000) were the works she will most be remembered for, and would most want a new reader to select, though she added that “I could as easily have chosen a number of titles.”

In the foreword to the book, Oates states that for the most part, them is based upon a real family. “Maureen Wendall” contacted Oates by mail after she had failed a college course she took, and these letters are, presumably, recreated verbatim in the novel about two-thirds through the text. Stating that “the novel practically wrote itself,” Oates organized and fictionalized the story, but at certain points revised the text to relay “Maureen Wendall’s” words verbatim. Oates also noted that, rather than sensationalizing the story of the Wendalls to make slum life more lurid, she actually softened some sections so that it would not overwhelm the reader. She commented that the confessional aspect was, at least temporarily, extremely therapeutic to “Maureen Wendall” and that all the family members were still living.

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