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Miss Oates has remained fascinated by poverty as a form of exclusion and self-exclusion from the significant world But her social awareness surfaces in "Childwold" as a poor kid's anxiety. Laney, taken to a gallery by wealthy Kasch, thinks: An impoverished childhood seems better to Laney than her Lqdy future as a woman.

Watching her mother drift from man to man or being beaten by her lovers, Laney is persuaded sex reduces women to sluts and men to brutes. Kasch, who seems so tender in conversation, sees sex with Laney as violence: I tore at her mouth with my own. I tore at her tiny breasts, her thighs.

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But reviving his appetites only inflames his rage. He murders one of his rivals so brutally he goes mad. Miss Oates's women come of age and get sexually mugged; her best men are turned by sheer excitement into ever-ready fists.

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Kasch in his insanity is harmless, nonsexual, helpless. Outside of sex, Laney and Kasch may connect.

Laney calls Kasch back from his insanity: Miss Oates's verbal brilliance bares characters who are driven by blind impulse through the pitifully few parts they can Ladu. I think she rhapsodizes the incomprehensibility of their lives too lovingly.

She virtually pleads for their blindness as a way of not seeing how little real mystery there is in lives that seem predestined to be unhappy. Fate could have written this primal drama of mother, daughter and rich man.

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But "Childwold" is more brilliant that its beginning. Protective, sacrificial love as a weapon against greater despair has gone out of fashion, particularly in the novel.

But Joyce Carol Oates has made it new again. This insistent writer can call us back, through her dense psychological and social detail, to rural America in a spiritual and economic depression. The characters of "Childwold" inspire the terror and recognition once aroused by those monumental "lonelies" of William Faulkner and Lady looking real sex Childwold McCullers.

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