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Two white girls, ages 10 and 11, face charges in an assault on a year-old African American girl on an upstate New York school bus, in an incident that drew condemnation by Gov.

Andrew Cuomo. The alleged attack occurred Sept. The white girls face criminal charges of harassment and assault in juvenile court, The New York Times reported.

A year-old bus monitor, who is also white, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child for not intervening. When we put our children on the bus to school, we are entrusting others with our most precious resource and this was an egregious and inexcusable violation of that trust.

Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Fifteen years ago, in , Genna Hewett-Meade's college roommate died a mysterious, violent, terrible death.

Minette Swift had been a fiercely individualistic scholarship student, an assertive—even prickly—personality, and one of the few black girls at an exclusive women's liberal arts college near Philadelphia.

By contrast, Genna was a quiet, self-effacing teenager from Fifteen years ago, in , Genna Hewett-Meade's college roommate died a mysterious, violent, terrible death.

By contrast, Genna was a quiet, self-effacing teenager from a privileged upper-class home, self-consciously struggling to make amends for her own elite upbringing.

When, partway through their freshman year, Minette suddenly fell victim to an increasing torrent of racist harassment and vicious slurs—from within the apparent safety of their tolerant, "enlightened" campus—Genna felt it her duty to protect her roommate at all costs.

Now, as Genna reconstructs the months, weeks, and hours leading up to Minette's tragic death, she is also forced to confront her own identity within the social framework of that time.

Her father was a prominent civil defense lawyer whose radical politics—including defending anti-war terrorists wanted by the FBI—would deeply affect his daughter's outlook on life, and later challenge her deepest beliefs about social obligation in a morally gray world.

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Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Dec 01, dara rated it did not like it Shelves: read-in , reviewed.

The title and book description are misleading. The book has very little to do with race relations, and more to do with the white girl's dysfunctional relationship with her politically controversial father and her own feelings of guilt.

The characters are not at all likable, or even ones I could relate to or understand. The white girl tries obnoxiously hard to befriend her black roommate, who everyone else--including the other black students--finds intolerable.

The white girl's fixation is rather The title and book description are misleading. The white girl's fixation is rather obsessive, repulsive, and beyond comprehension.

It continues despite obvious resentment from her roommate, who eventually becomes the target of anonymous racist acts.

Since the novel is narrated by the white girl, who comes off as mentally unbalanced, I kept expecting at any moment it would reveal that she was actually stalking her roommate and committing the racist harassments herself.

At what seems like an obvious stopping point, the narration continues and the black girl becomes more of a footnote than anything else; her death serves only as a catalyst, propelling the white girl towards an emotional breakdown in which she must finally face the truth about her father.

The story isn't that compelling--it's just odd. The last part of the book doesn't even seem like it is written by the same character.

View all 6 comments. Oct 27, Rachel Louise Atkin rated it liked it Shelves: owned. Read for my American Postmodernism class. This is a novel that attempts to demonstrate and examine the American college experience for a person of colour, yet as a white author Oates is careful not to adopt a false voice on behalf of black college students, but instead writes from the perspective of a white girl sharing a dorm with a black girl.

What follows is a juxtaposition of the two, working as both a contrast and bonding for the two characters who are aware of their societal differences, a Read for my American Postmodernism class.

What follows is a juxtaposition of the two, working as both a contrast and bonding for the two characters who are aware of their societal differences, and let this become the basis for their encounters.

I enjoyed this so much because I absolutely love campus novels, and only two chapters into the book I had already warmed to the voice and the setting.

Yet studying this novel in light of my wider reading, which happened to be on structural and embedded racism in higher education, there was also a lesson to be taken from this which I value strongly in my continued interests in Black and African American literature.

Whilst this is obviously not African American literature, it still adds something to the discourse of racism in American college education which is going continuously unnoticed as a result of the people who enforce it.

After this I'd love to read more of Oates' work because I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. I would recommend for anybody interested in campus literature, and although it does attempt to be a part of the black experience narrative, I would recommend going straight to novels written by Black writers for a more stimulating look into that.

Nevertheless, I wouldn't pass this book up because I'm really glad we were given this to read. Jan 03, Jae rated it liked it Shelves: books.

Truth in advertising would require this book to be called White Girl. We see Minette through Genna's eyes, and as even fifteen yea Truth in advertising would require this book to be called White Girl.

We see Minette through Genna's eyes, and as even fifteen years later when the adult Genna looks back she doesn't have much understanding of who Minette was and what happened to her.

While the book is about the reasons why Genna and Minette couldn't truly see or know each other, for reasons both personal and racial, I wish that the book had had some of the even-handedness of the title.

I enjoyed Genna's story but wanted more of Minette's. Jul 21, Debbie rated it really liked it Shelves: bookclub-reads.

From the title of this book and the soundbites on the back cover you would assume this is a book about race in s America. And it is, but it is also a book about a lot more.

Mostly, to me, it seemed to be a book about white middle class guilt and political correctness. The story is written as the 'confession' of Genna Meade, a white 18 year old girl from a rich yet extremely dysfunctional family.

Genna's parents are aging radical hippies who have rejected their elitist upbringing and inheritan From the title of this book and the soundbites on the back cover you would assume this is a book about race in s America.

Genna's parents are aging radical hippies who have rejected their elitist upbringing and inheritance to fight against the inequalities in society.

They are particularly incensed by racial inequality and so at the age of 18 Genna finds herself willingly sent to Schuyler College established and endowed by her own family , living in a mixed race dormitory of students who have mostly been selected through 'merit programmes', i.

Genna's room-mate is Minette Swift, daughter of a preacher from Washington. Minette is aloof, rude, unfriendly and altogether unlikeable, but because she is black Genna excuses all these flaws and bends over backwards to accommodate her.

As the story progresses we also come to learn that Minette is struggling academically at Schuyler College and she becomes more defensive and unpleasant as her inadequacies become apparent.

Ugly, racist attacks start happening to Minette and the all the students in the dorm come under suspicion. As Genna comes to realise the truth behind these incidents she lies to protect Minette.

Underlying this story is the story of Genna's father Max. He has been an absent figure for much of Genna's life. A father of bipolar proportions who shifts between 'kind Max' and 'mad Max', Genna has always been desperate for him to spend time with her and notice her.

Her mother, Veronica, is an embarrassing follower of Max. Genna and her brother have had a very neglected childhood as their parents pursued their causes and the hippie lifestyle.

Her brother left home at 16 to embrace conservatism, Genna is left with the legacy of a lifetime of politically correct indoctrination and a desperate need for her father to care for her.

As the story unfolds and Minette spirals into depression, Max's life also spirals downwards. His activism in the past assisting draft dodgers is revealed as being more serious than he has ever admitted.

As Genna learns the truth of what Max is, Minette dies in a fire that Genna feels she could have prevented by telling the truth.

The truth finally spills out of Genna, but it is the truth about Max, not Minette, and it destroys Max. The story ends with Genna handing this manuscript to her father where he will learn of her betrayal.

This is a good book. It makes you think, makes you question, makes you uncomfortable, but never fails to entertain and engage.

I have never read any books by Joyce Carol Oates before but I will definitely be reading more. View 2 comments. Nov 11, Jane rated it liked it Shelves: black-white.

While I was expecting superior writing from a novelist as celebrated as Oates this was my first one and didn't consistently find it, I have to give her credit for tackling an unusual and difficult subject.

White Girl's unrequited yearning for friendship with her Black Girl roommate rings true for the time and place depicted.

It's a little mysterious as to why Oates chose to make Black Girl so strange and troubled. But then White Girl was pretty troubled too, probably par for the course for t While I was expecting superior writing from a novelist as celebrated as Oates this was my first one and didn't consistently find it, I have to give her credit for tackling an unusual and difficult subject.

But then White Girl was pretty troubled too, probably par for the course for this author. I also was confounded by the narrator's repeated references to nappy hair and oily dark skin - what was that about?

This is a spare book. I would have preferred more focus on the girls' relationship without the major plot intrusion of the radical left father. View all 4 comments.

Jan 21, Sherese rated it did not like it. I was completely misled by the summary of this book in the inside jacket.

Boy, was I mistaken. This is probably the lamest book I've read in years. Minnette Swift "The black girl" is one of the most unlikeable characters in lit I was completely misled by the summary of this book in the inside jacket.

Minnette Swift "The black girl" is one of the most unlikeable characters in literature. Seriously, who can anyone ever care about her after reading her characterization by Ms.

In fact, I could not wait for someone to kill this character and could not for the life of me understand why the hell it took so long Perhaps less annoying but still unlikeable is " The White Girl" Genna Meade, Minnette's roommate and gulit-ridden daughter of rich, liberal white attorney and his medicate wife.

Genna is incredibly weak and socially challenged. This book is a complete waste of time and the paper it was printed on.

Given my experience of reading this novel, I may have to remove "We Were The Mulvaneys" from my reading list as I don't think I can bare to read more from this author if this book is any indication of her skill.

Apr 24, Larry Bassett rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction. When no one accepted responsibility she took us aside one by one to be questioned about our possible guilt or our possible knowledge of who was guilty.

Later I heard that the criminal was found out, but not how or who. Fifty-four years later I still wonder.

Some things stick with you. The quarter never did turn up. And that was just the beginning. In JCO it is rarely easy to determine the truth at first or even second glance.

I had to leave. I was becoming upset. Childish tears sprang into my eyes. There was such a powerful yearning in me, to side with them, against Minette!

You are made to understand the terrible yearning of the lynch mob at such a moment. You are made to understand your terrible weakness.

The two college roommates in are well developed, complex characters. I have not read a lot of JCO but gather that many of her characters have an edge that is tense and quirky.

I have enjoyed her characterizations. Not exactly a surprise ending but definitely not obvious. The theme of unspoken thoughts and feelings appears over and over.

Nor had I asked. I would not have dreamt of asking! But the author seems to give a pretty strong clue.

As the months passed and the text became longer and more complicated, I came to doubt the wisdom of giving it to Max. For, unwittingly, as I composed my text about Minette Swift, I was composing a shadow-text that had little to do with her.

I could not seem to prevent it! The shadow-text is an inquiry into Max Meade and a portrait of the daughter who betrayed him.

I expect to add a few more to the list in the coming months. I find that I can read Oates at a couple of different levels depending on how much effort I want to put in.

I like a story where I can enjoy reading it but still know that there is more there if I want to take it to a deeper level. I might not pursue it but I like the lurking complexity that I choose to ignore.

Sep 02, Snotchocheez rated it it was ok. I've been a big fan of her dour prose for decades now, and not once have I disliked anything she's bestowed upon us.

And then there's the poorly-titled if not -conceived "Black Girl White Girl" We know from the get-go that the black girl dies; we presume the book will be an insightful look as to why this happens.

When Ms. Oates sticks to this somewhat contrived storyline, the novel flows along in typical Oates-ian style: a taut, occasionally thrilling character study.

Then something goes horribly awry about a third of the way into it that just about undermines the whole effort It's almost as if Ms. Oates realized midway through that she hadn't enough material for a complete novel and started padding the initial story with superfluous crap.

Here's hoping that JCO was just going through a slump; I still think she's got the chops as a septuagenarian! Shy Genna Meade is descended from hippie activists and abolitionist quakers.

Self assured Minette Swift is the daughter of a preacher and one of the few Black students at Schuyler College. Can Genna overcome Minette's tough exterior to reach the person underneath she desperately wants to connect to?

I actually put this down when I first bought it, after a few chapters I couldn't seem to get into it. I picked it up 2 years later and sped right through.

Joyce Carol Oates prose is absolutely beautif Shy Genna Meade is descended from hippie activists and abolitionist quakers. Joyce Carol Oates prose is absolutely beautiful, Genna's 'voice' comes right out of the page to the reader.

While the author paints a painful picture of the main character I did find myself wishing at the end that some of the other 'mysteries' were a little more clear.

Still, I found this book haunting. Feb 25, Caroline rated it it was ok Shelves: race-relations , coming-of-age , feb This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. I don't get it, and like the another reviewer, I found the author's infatuation with oily black skin, and greasy nappy hair annoying.

Or maybe that's how it's supposed to be. Genna had liberal parents and a father who seemed to protest for civil rights and stressed "White Guilt".

And maybe the author wrote the way she did in order to stress Genna's white guilt. Something that comes from an utter lack of knowing, of never having been around any Black people to know who they are.

Of having certain I don't get it, and like the another reviewer, I found the author's infatuation with oily black skin, and greasy nappy hair annoying.

Of having certain expectations on what encompasses Blackness and the confusion when none of those expectations are displayed.

Genna seemed to want something from Minette. Wanted Minette to play the tragic minority, to bemoan her Blackness and her American experience.

To say 'all is forgiven between my people and yours, let us embrace, my Sister! Perhaps if Genna has behaved normally instead of bending over backwards and trying to find someway to relate to Minette, they may have been friends.

Minette knew. We know. I know when someone is trying to befriend me because they've never had a Black friend- they try too hard and it's obnoxious and an insult frankly.

Anyways, I take it that the entire time Minette was doing those things to herself, the nasty messages and the like. And that she killed herself, whether purposely or accidentally, with the candles she lit too near the curtains.

Sep 09, Jennifer rated it really liked it. I saw some other reviews about how the title and inside jacket were misleading, and I too thought it was about one thing, when it really was about another, but I do not think that should dissuade anyone from reading this strangely suspenseful and mildly uncomfortable book.

I say suspenseful because there is a build up to this tragic death that we have all been waiting for since page 1, as Gemma Meade recalls 15 years later the months leading up to the day that her college roommate Minette Swift I saw some other reviews about how the title and inside jacket were misleading, and I too thought it was about one thing, when it really was about another, but I do not think that should dissuade anyone from reading this strangely suspenseful and mildly uncomfortable book.

I say suspenseful because there is a build up to this tragic death that we have all been waiting for since page 1, as Gemma Meade recalls 15 years later the months leading up to the day that her college roommate Minette Swift dies.

And while disturbing events do occur that seemingly have to do with race relations at a private northeastern all girls college in the 's, this book is really about the dismantling of two very different young women, one black and one white.

While Gemma, raised by a radical civil rights attorney tries to insinuate herself into her black roommate's life in a quietly obsessive way, and Minette, raised by a preacher, who wants nothing to do with Gemma, civil rights, or anyone at all for that matter because her fervent religious beliefs make her so painfully unapproachable it gives a new meaning to the term socially awkward.

It's difficult to observe the slow mental breakdown of both girls, who like many children either want to emulate their parents because they believe them to be right or their parents force beliefs on them without allowing the child to ever question those beliefs.

In this case it's both, and neither girl has the mental maturity to find their own path, while simultaneously trying to squeeze themselves into a preordained life.

I found this whole book a little unsettling and a little sad, but Oates being my favorite writer I think everything she has written should be read, at least so far.

Nobody does angst and family drama quite like her. Minette was a scholarship student and one of the few African American women to be let into the college.

Genna, a quiet woman of privilege got to witness the effects of racism first hand as the racist harassment escalated from vicious slurs to something far worse.

However whoever was responsible for this murder still remains a mystery to this day. I had never read Joyce Carol Oates before and I thought this may be my chance to experience her writing.

The premise of this novel intrigued me and I was looking forward to uncovering the mystery at play. However, this turned out to be a novel about reflecting on the changing times; I was interested in learning about racism within America during the time of civil rights movements but this focused too much on Genna.

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To say 'all is forgiven between my people and yours, let us embrace, my Sister! Perhaps if Genna has behaved normally instead of bending over backwards and trying to find someway to relate to Minette, they may have been friends.

Minette knew. We know. I know when someone is trying to befriend me because they've never had a Black friend- they try too hard and it's obnoxious and an insult frankly.

Anyways, I take it that the entire time Minette was doing those things to herself, the nasty messages and the like. And that she killed herself, whether purposely or accidentally, with the candles she lit too near the curtains.

Sep 09, Jennifer rated it really liked it. I saw some other reviews about how the title and inside jacket were misleading, and I too thought it was about one thing, when it really was about another, but I do not think that should dissuade anyone from reading this strangely suspenseful and mildly uncomfortable book.

I say suspenseful because there is a build up to this tragic death that we have all been waiting for since page 1, as Gemma Meade recalls 15 years later the months leading up to the day that her college roommate Minette Swift I saw some other reviews about how the title and inside jacket were misleading, and I too thought it was about one thing, when it really was about another, but I do not think that should dissuade anyone from reading this strangely suspenseful and mildly uncomfortable book.

I say suspenseful because there is a build up to this tragic death that we have all been waiting for since page 1, as Gemma Meade recalls 15 years later the months leading up to the day that her college roommate Minette Swift dies.

And while disturbing events do occur that seemingly have to do with race relations at a private northeastern all girls college in the 's, this book is really about the dismantling of two very different young women, one black and one white.

While Gemma, raised by a radical civil rights attorney tries to insinuate herself into her black roommate's life in a quietly obsessive way, and Minette, raised by a preacher, who wants nothing to do with Gemma, civil rights, or anyone at all for that matter because her fervent religious beliefs make her so painfully unapproachable it gives a new meaning to the term socially awkward.

It's difficult to observe the slow mental breakdown of both girls, who like many children either want to emulate their parents because they believe them to be right or their parents force beliefs on them without allowing the child to ever question those beliefs.

In this case it's both, and neither girl has the mental maturity to find their own path, while simultaneously trying to squeeze themselves into a preordained life.

I found this whole book a little unsettling and a little sad, but Oates being my favorite writer I think everything she has written should be read, at least so far.

Nobody does angst and family drama quite like her. Minette was a scholarship student and one of the few African American women to be let into the college.

Genna, a quiet woman of privilege got to witness the effects of racism first hand as the racist harassment escalated from vicious slurs to something far worse.

However whoever was responsible for this murder still remains a mystery to this day. I had never read Joyce Carol Oates before and I thought this may be my chance to experience her writing.

The premise of this novel intrigued me and I was looking forward to uncovering the mystery at play. However, this turned out to be a novel about reflecting on the changing times; I was interested in learning about racism within America during the time of civil rights movements but this focused too much on Genna.

I understand that Joyce Carol Oates may not want to write a novel from the perspective of a person of colour, since she is Caucasian and probably could not do the situation any justice.

Rather she took on the perspective of a woman of privilege experiencing the issue first hand. This may have made the book a little more autobiographical and allowed Oates to still explore the issue of racism.

While I enjoyed this book, I did not find anything special about it. This was good, but apparently not good enough for me to remember too well. I know it was compelling, and had something to do with a self-concious, but proud, young Southern black girl who wound up roommates with a self-hating liberal whitey from Pennsylvania.

The black girl's own deliberate extracation of herself from the uppity school's largely white, but even black, female community baffles and intrigues her friend, who guiltily takes pride in having a black friend, and uses it as a token to c This was good, but apparently not good enough for me to remember too well.

The black girl's own deliberate extracation of herself from the uppity school's largely white, but even black, female community baffles and intrigues her friend, who guiltily takes pride in having a black friend, and uses it as a token to converse with her ACLU-lawyer pops, who never has enough attention for her, what with all the defending of radical protestors and AWOL soliders he's got going on.

Tragedy strikes when the black girl dies - well, no spoiler there, it's in the first sentence - and our narrator, the scrawny white girl, realizes when her own family divides up, that she really has no home.

The book takes a strange twist though - possibly a metaphorical one that was just beyond me - but it was enough to shake free the tender insights and leave me scratching my head.

But despite feeling eft in the dark about this book's greater meaning, some of the repeated themes in the girls' lives rung true enough to give me a lot to digest, in my own somewhat ongoing battle to better understand at the core my own, and the country's historic racism.

May 19, chucklesthescot rated it did not like it Shelves: abandoned , worst-ever-books , fiction , contemporary.

This was a dreadful book with appalling characters. Minette is the 'Black Girl' from the title, a preacher's daughter.

She is the rudest, most obnoxious, spiteful bitch that you can imagine and goes out of her way to make everyone despise her.

Genna is a complete wimp of a doormat who lets Minette walk all over her and you get the impression that she is too scared to admit she hates her in case people thi This was a dreadful book with appalling characters.

Genna is a complete wimp of a doormat who lets Minette walk all over her and you get the impression that she is too scared to admit she hates her in case people think she is racist.

I wanted to slap Genna for continuing to excuse her room mate to everyone else and covering up for her behaviour. What was the point to this book?

Minette obviously had a chip on her shoulder about life in general and faked racial attacks to paint herself as a victim. The real victims in this story were the other girls who fell under suspicion for the so-called racist attacks.

And Genna's decision to lie to cover up for a girl who sneers at her friendship and looks down on her is just incomprehensible. Snitch on the bitch!

I hated the two girls so much and the plot really infuriated me to a point where I celebrated her suicide. One of the worst books I've read and I won't be going near this author again.

Dec 20, Abigail Hillinger rated it it was ok Shelves: fiction. Although this book took quite awhile to get into pages, to be precise , I'm glad I read it.

Joyce Carol Oates has written a ridiculous number of books, and I was worried her style would be like the female version of Nicholas Sparks--not quite chick-litty or romance, but just I don't know, 'cheap'.

She's definitely not. I consider her death more of a breakdown. However, I felt disconnected a lot, and confused at other parts; I'm not sure if the conclusion I reached at the end of the book is the correct one; and I didn't really believe in Jenna's character a lot.

It wasn't that I didn't like her I just didn't believe her. I might pick up another book by her, since there are so many others to choose from Apr 18, Ruth rated it it was amazing.

I am not sure why I've steered away from her books but I am glad I picked this one up to read. I was able to relate to the racial tensions on the university campus in this book because the same tensions and protests were part of my university career.

Many parts of the book drew me back into my 60s experiences. All in all this was a very good read for me. To be honest, I feel cheated: this novel made me angry, and not in the way that I think Oates meant it to.

Minette Swift is a complex and well-rounded character. She is a scholarship student who goes to church in town every Sunday, struggles to fit in on the college choir, and is gaining a steady freshman In other words, she is a normal college student.

Genna, a legacy student for whose relatives this college is named, gets high grades easily, and lives in the scholarship house because her parents would prefer she learn what the non-luxury college housing is like.

Genna is fascinated with Minette, which includes stalking her, looking through her things, and attempting to shove her friendship onto her at every opportunity.

Minette begins to be bullied - at first, with a stolen textbook thrown in the mud, later, with letters that tell her to go home using derogatory racist language.

Minette is a fascinating, religious, believable character. Until Oates ruins her. Because [spoilers] it turns out that Minette is the one who sent herself the letter with the n-word on it then reported it, and that she wrote the n-word also on her own door, possibly in order to escape the dorm in which she really was being bullied, possibly for racial reasons, but certainly because she is an introvert with a temper.

Genna discovers this as her roommate. Genna lies for her. A white girl. While in prison, her father is beaten up for being a white man.

Oates creates Minette Swift and then utterly abandons her for the bland character of Genna Hewett-Meade. Is Oates aware how utterly well-meaning and condescending her main character is, and how little she grows?

Update, as of I've followed her on Twitter now for a few years, and I'm fairly certain she is not self-aware of these aspects of her novel.

Sep 30, Allison rated it it was ok. Joyce Carol Oates is a very smart author. She knows a lot about location, a lot about history, and a lot about language.

However, as a reader, I often find myself feeling very aware of these things as I read her books: that she, as the author, is going to tell me about this location or this event in history or that now, she is going to use this particularly literary device to tell this section of her story.

Instead of enhancing her stories, it often fragments them for me, the reader. I thought it was quite cunning to veil the true intent of the story throughout, but I found that by the end, I should have been able to discover that this was in fact the true intent all along instead of being just as surprised as the main character was to discover what the true story was about.

Because I was so surprised, I found myself disappointed. I wanted to know what really happened to Minnette Swift.

Was the racism all faked by her, or was some of it real? Was her death completely accidental? Perhaps this would be a better book to teach in school, with its history subtext turned main text Either way, it does not encourage me to return to Oates' work in the near future.

Jul 14, Cris rated it did not like it Recommends it for: anyone with insomnia.. Sep 13, Jennifer rated it did not like it.

I can't believe a writer as talented and respected as Joyce Carol Oates would write such pointless drivel. Every single character is unlikable to the point that I hoped they all died, the plot is all over the place and the narrator is a dumbass.

The title and jacket summary are misleading, too: The book isn't about race relations, a mysterious death or even the two girls. Hell, I flipped through the final pages so quickly just be don "'Scuse me.

Hell, I flipped through the final pages so quickly just be done with the damn thing I barely remember how it all ended - And honestly, I don't care.

Apr 15, Ryan Heaven rated it liked it Shelves: english-literature. After having reading Oates' 'Black Water' I longed to read more of her work - and came to reading this one.

Oates' characterisation is impeccable here and her control of plot and narrative is enviable. This book really does make you look into yourself and will lead you to find things that maybe you didn't want to notice.

Although the political sections of the book dragged slightly, the mysterious characters of Genna and Minette kept me hooked.

I'll most definitely be reading more of Oates' work After having reading Oates' 'Black Water' I longed to read more of her work - and came to reading this one.

I'll most definitely be reading more of Oates' work soon - such a strong voice! Feb 25, Korey rated it really liked it. Oates does such a good job at exploring anxiety and neurosis.

I could feel every ounce of the tension and social awkwardness between Genna and Minette, and I really got inside their crazy heads.

This was a great snapshot of a particular moment in time as well as a fascinating character study. I wasn't crazy about the subplot with Genna's father it was one of those things that either needed more development or to just be dropped completely but that's a minor nitpick.

The first 53 pages were aggressively tedious. The remaining won't be read by me. Apr 08, Jim Leckband rated it really liked it. The problem when reading the works of a writer that is as accomplished as Oates is that it is hard to simply take what is on the surface as all there is.

Ostensibly this is a book about two girl college roommates from very different backgrounds, one black and one white of course, who misunderstand each other from faulty assumptions.

But I found myself trying to read into the first person narrative that the white girl is a very unreliable narrator.

The book is a narrative about how the white girl The problem when reading the works of a writer that is as accomplished as Oates is that it is hard to simply take what is on the surface as all there is.

The book is a narrative about how the white girl tries to befriend her roommate who does not want any friends.

The white girl's motivations come from her father's civil and peace activist history, and it seems that the white girl does not approach her roommate as a person first, but as a black girl first, which can be regarded as kind of prejudice, if well-intentioned.

But soon this befriending seems to morph into stalking and incidents happen to the black girl that look like racist attacks - a book is missing and found in mud, a window is cracked, an ancient photo of the Hottentot Venus is passed under the door and so on.

Nobody is ever linked to the attacks and this is where the dilemma of the book is. The reader is given enough clues that the perpetrator is not anyone else in the dorm, but either the black girl or the white girl.

The drift of the book is that the black girl is having a mental breakdown and while some of the early attacks may have been accidental window, book or real Venus , later on it is the black girl who is responsible as she twirls down into madness.

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