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In New York, Razia Iqbal talks to the prolific writer and academic Joyce Carol Oates, about how she finds so much work rewarding.
Oates attributes her enormous output to a love of writing and a Protestant work ethic. She has turned her pen to numerous subjects including professional boxing, Marilyn Monroe, Detroit and a memoir of life after the death of her first husband. All while still working as a full time academic.
Razia Iqbal asks after so much work is it still as rewarding as it has always been?
(Image: Joyce Carol Oates, Credit: Getty Images)
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