[ US /ˈoʊts/ ]
  1. United States writer (born in 1938)
  2. English conspirator who claimed that there was a Jesuit plot to assassinate Charles II (1649-1705)
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  • This is because trial judgments and sentencing decisions were not differentiated by Coates et al.
  • Joyce Carol Oates ( 1938 - ) is a renowned prolific female writer in the contemporary American literary circle.
  • A man like Titus Oates occurs like a slip of the tongue, disclosing the unconscious forces, the nightside of an age ... R_urell: William F. Buckley: Father of Modern "Conservatism"
  • Oates has the courage to create entire novels peopled by unlikeable characters.
  • That may have something to do with Ms. Oates's prolixity. Remembering the Hour of Lead
  • Oates has the courage to create entire novels peopled by unlikeable characters.
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  • According to Davenant, in 1639 Suckling spent the colossal sum of £12,000 on equipping "100 very handsome proper young men, whom he clad in white doublets and scarlett breeches, and scarlet coates, hatts, and . . . feathers" to lend military support to the king's ill-fated advance against the first Scottish rebellion, one episode in the long period of conflict. Pens at the Ready
  • And yes, it felt like a big leap of faith, to put my trust in her rather than in one of the gigantic, important, bold-faced ladies who've been making the big money deals since Joyce Carol Oates 'output was still in the single digits. For Writers : So you want to be a novelist?
  • Coates-Jones's paintings, also newly commissioned, convey her revelry in light, colour and life.
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