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Title: "Landfill" by Joyce Carol Oates

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Date: February 11, 1999
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In comparison, September 11th was felt by the entire nation and while all their families were still mourning, books and even movies were made about it. Even if they are not similar events, it shows that no matter what happens, writers will always draw ideas for their stories from real life and in this case, Oates acknowledged that she had read newspaper articles regarding the John Fiocco Jr...

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case, but "in this process, which is typical of a writer/poet, the original stimulus, or point of departure, was utterly forgotten." (Oates Breaks Silence). Students and teachers that oppose Oates say that there are too many similarities between her story, and the events that happened to John Fiocco Jr...

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