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  • Title: الأنثى كنوع
  • Author: Joyce Carol Oates أمنية عامر محمد عبد السلام حسن
  • ISBN: 9774197992
  • Page: 454
  • Format: None
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    1. "And Man knows it! Knows, moreover, that the Woman that God gave himMust command but may not govern—shall enthral but not enslave him.And She knows, because She warns him, and Her instincts never fail,That the Female of Her Species is more deadly than the Male."Thus the closing lines of Kipling's long poem to the victim-hood of men that gave Oates' collection of short stories its name. Reading the 19th century misogynist's lines still makes me smile somewhat though, as they are showing me how [...]

    2. Reading this book is like having a nightmare. No, actually it's like having nine separate nightmares.That's not critisism, by the way. This was the only way I could think of to describe these short stories. It says right in the title that these are "tales of mystery and suspense", and believe me, when Joyce Carol Oates tells you you're going to read a book of suspensful mystery stories, she is not kidding around. Each story in this book focuses on a woman doing something horrible, violent, or ju [...]

    3. Creepy! For me, that's not so good. I'll be honest; this is the first JCO I've read. I grew up in New Jersey and my mom used to tell me about seeing JCO at the public library being a real pill. So I haven't been drawn to her work, and this try didn't warm me to her.

    4. تخبرك الكاتبة فى كثير من القصص عن غموض الأنثىتحيرك معها طفلة وناضجة وعجوزاًلكنها لاتحل اللغز ابداً

    5. So Help Me God - ★★★★A young woman married to an abusive and devilish man might be pushed to react. The Banshee - ★★★★★A suspenseful tale of a young girl of six attempts to garner the attention of her wealthy socialite parents. Doll: A Romance of the Mississippi - ★★★★★Doll, along with her father, travel through seedy towns along the Mississippi leaving a bloody trail in their wake. Madison at Guignol - ★★★★A wealthy, vain New York City socialite craves the ap [...]

    6. -29-الحمد لله رب كل شيء، إِنَّ اللَّهَ لَا يَظْلِمُ النَّاسَ شَيْئًا وَلَكِنَّ النَّاسَ أَنْفُسَهُمْ يَظْلِمُونَ، تمر أيامي سريعة خاطفة، أشبه بطلقات طائشة، روى البخاري من حديث رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم أن من علامات الساعة تقارب الزمان، أي سرعتها وتعاقب أيامها حتى كأنها [...]

    7. 3.5/5This was the second book of Joyce Carol Oates I read (the first one being Foxfire: Confessions of a Girl Gang) (it's brilliant and very much underhyped) (read it) (*shia leboeuf voice* just do it) and I wasn't disappointed.The Female of the Species is a collection of short stories about women being pushed to evil. Just like in Foxfire, I'm amazed by Oates being able to give each narrator such a distinctive voice. The women in these stories are at once beautiful, ugly, innocent, murderous, a [...]

    8. Review originally published on my Bookstagram acc: instagram/p/BeiWxcDH1#LibromenteReviews : The Female Of The Species by #JoyceCarolOatesIt’s been a long time since I wanted to read something from this author, but my interest peeked when Carlos Ruiz Zafón (one of my favorite writers) mentioned her as one of his favorites. Maybe my expectations were too high or maybe I didn’t choose the best place to start. To be honest, most of the stories featured in #TheFemaleOfTheSpecies were OK and did [...]

    9. A collection of short stories in which women are the (main) heralds of evil, Joyce Carol Oates shows us exactly how lethal the females of our species can be.

    10. My second Oates. This one is a collection of short stories, many of which originally appeared in genre magazines. I think I can safely say now that Oates doesn’t quite work for me. According to the blurb, in these stories “women are confronted by the evil around them and surprised by the evil they find within them”. I thought the most successful story was ‘Madison at Guignol’, in which a trophy wife polished to a lacquer-like gloss learns of a secret door at one of her favourite high-e [...]

    11. This collection of short storis examines the capacity of women to do evil. Bringing us into the depths of horror, Oates's protagonists range in age, interest, and situation. We meet a six-year-old girl, a young nurse, a middle-aged fashionista, and an elderly woman dying in a nursing home, among others. What unites all of these women across their stories are the desperate personal circumstances in which they find themselves, and the realization that the only path out is a dark and disturbing one [...]

    12. I was first interested in reading this book because most of the narrators were female, so it would be easy for me to relate to them. Many of the stories were filled with mystery and suspense just as the title suggested, but at the same time realistic which made it even the more scarier. The stories also had a lot of variety in them; the narrators' ages and the settings were different.

    13. I often judge a thriller or tale of suspense by how many times I miss my stop on the subway while ensnared in the serpentine twists and hairpin turns of the plot. In the case of Joyce Carol Oates’ collection, The Female of the Species, that meant more than a bit of backtracking. One night after work, oblivious to the crush of commuters, while rereading the longest and most complex tale, “Tell Me You Forgive Me,” I came to my senses four stops after my station. The sensuality of her writing [...]

    14. I prefer Joyce Carol Oates when she pens short fiction, and in the case of THE FEMALE OF THE SPECIES, a collection of nine riveting suspense and mystery stories, Oates knows how to keep her readers in a trance, literally flying through pages to see what happens next.This particular collection of stories is well-structured and unputdownable that I had difficulty tearing myself away from the beautifully and haunting narratives. In the first outing, "So Help me God," my favorite story in the book, [...]

    15. My theory about collections of short stories is that the authors that write them are sick - that sometimes they have characters or stories stuck in their heads and that writing short stories is how they exercise them - like demons.I mean that it the most admiring way.The Female of the Species by Joyce Carol Oates proves my theory. A collection of short stories - each a disturbing tale of dysfunction, anger, violence, desperation or sadness.I loved it. Stories of women pushed to extreme behaviors [...]

    16. I picked this book up a few years back after seeing a quickie review in Rue Morgue magazine. I finally got around to reading them last week. A fine set of (mostly) noir stories told from the female perspective. I thought they were all compelling. Favorites were: "So Help Me God" - a woman takes creepy phone calls while her husband is out on night-shift patrol, "Doll - A Romance of the Mississippi" - a child-like prostitute meets clients armed with a hidden razor, "Tell Me You Forgive Me?" - Betr [...]

    17. Are women victims or monsters? Are they to be wooed or crushed? Can anyone ever understand what’s going on in their minds? Ms. Oates's stories reveal women who are laws unto themselves, at once beautiful, fascinating, mysterious and dangerous in their unpredictability. Edgy, disturbing and nerve-wracking, this collection of suspense tales cannot be put down in mid-read. They call, sirenlike, to be finished even as we fear the ending. They are rough edged and harsh to the point where we want to [...]

    18. This was good, but not her best work. A collection of short stories, with females as their protagonists. "Doll: A romance of the Mississippi" was rather creepy, but other than that, the rest of the them were just median. I don't think there are any JCO stories that are bad, per se, but these weren't as gripping as other short story collections of hers.

    19. While many of the stories in this collection were indeed unsettling, I found the examinations of the capacity for evil interesting. I think JCO is a master storyteller with an insight into human nature that is both keen and non-judgemental. Whether pushed or coerced, there is truly no telling what one may be capable of doing.

    20. I think you either love Joyce Carol Oates or you don't. I don't. I found this book to be boring, mundane. I give it three stars because the writing is wonderful; I just wasn't captivated by any of the stories.

    21. كتاب ممتع للغايةاهمهم القصة الاخيرة و اطولهم ايضامحمد عطية

    22. This is the first I've read of Joyce Carol Oates and I didn't know what to expect, but I didn't expect the psychological jolt. Oates's stories are subtle and obvious at the same time; they don't explain themselves fully. And they're violent and sexual- Intense- in a way that differs from violence and sex in male-authored books. The first story, So Help Me God, was my true introduction to Oates and I didn't expect the story, which tells of a woman in an abusive relationship that is getting lewd p [...]

    23. I have a few friends, whose opinions I normally trust, who have been prodding me into reading Joyce Carol Oates. I'm not really sure why I was hesitant at first, maybe it was as simple as having other books I would rather read instead. Anyway, long story short, I tend to buy quite a few books at The Dollar Tree, well because they are a dollar. Sometimes they have absolutely nothing I would ever want to read, most of the time they have one or two books that if I had to pay more than a dollar, I p [...]

    24. When I was young I read a play by Joyce Carol Oates. I cant remember the name of it. It was about the parents of a serial killer and how they lived in denial about who their son was and how they had contributed to him becoming a killer. It was one of the most unsubtle and downright stupid things I had ever read in my life. The parents were cartoons and the play seemed to think everyday "toxic masculinity" would make somebody into an outright sociopath, despite the fact that most men, even given [...]

    25. I wish more writers wrote short stories like these. Short, suspenseful, nothing too fancy. Unfortunately most short stories published today seem to be drawn from MFA classes and nothing most people would want to read. As far as that kind of story goes, these are solid. There aren't any "wow" stories, but none of them are flimsy either. There were published in various mystery magazines over the space of a few years. Maybe it would be better to read them that way. Reading nine stories with similar [...]

    26. بعنوان لافت تبدأ جويس مجموعتها القصصية تتناول تسع قصص و لقد نوعت الكاتبة بالأمثلة عن نساء ارتكبن الجريمة لم تعتمد فيها تفحص دوافعهن للقتل فقط، لكن الفكرة الأهم التي تطرحها هي أنه يمكن للأنثى أن تقتل بسبب ميلها للعنف وتقيم الدليل أن الأنثى كنوع تشبه الرجل كنوع وليست أشد عنفٍ [...]

    27. Certainly one of our finest writers, JCO has great range and is a master of the short story. These shorts, however, advertised as 'tales of mystery and suspense,' tend to go very dark and would better be called horror. One was so disturbing that I decided not to finish, telling myself there were better things to do with my night. Read it, but not her best by a long shot.

    28. This book had not been on my radar although I’d been meaning to put something by JCO on my to-read list- then this showed up in our little free library. I loved it! As in any short story collection, I enjoyed some of the stories more than others, but they were all creepy yet satisfying.

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