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The senator. The girl. The accident. 

Oates creates an unforgettable allegory about power, morals, and ambition. The ghost of an American tragedy is resurrected in order to give voice to its silenced victim - an idealistic young woman too easily seduced by a Camelot fairy tale.

©1992 Joyce Carol Oates (P)1993, 2019 Dove Audio, Phoenix Books

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  • 16-11-20

interesting but maybe not for audio

good take on what happened at chappaquiddick. interesting perspective. bad reading. I finished because it was well written and of interest to me but the reader was very hard to take. first time I've ever said anything about any of the readers on audible. maybe you will like her better than me.

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