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'The Falls': Love and Death in Niagara

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The Falls, the latest novel from Joyce Carol Oates, is a dark, fast-moving tale that begins with the suicide of a newlywed seminary student who leaps into Niagara Falls. Critic Alan Cheuse has a review.

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