Where are you going, Where have you been? By Joyce Carol Oates
This essay explains the evilness Arnold friend had over Connie and how he manipulated her.
In Joyce Carol Oates, Where are you Going, Where Have You Been, there is a clear interpretation of evil in Arnold Friend and how he pulled Connie into a dark world of sex and emotion. Oates extracts scenes of real life and adds them into her story. The reality Oates implies in her story is to explain there are demons like Arnold out in real life. There are many clues in the story that hint Arnold Friend is not a friend at all, but is in fact a demon that came to take Connie away.
First, when Arnold…
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- Where are you going, Where have you been? By Joyce Carol Oates
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