Caryn A. James is an American film critic, journalist .
Caryn A. James is an American film critic, journalist, university lecturer and writer. She grew up in Providence and obtained her doctorate in English Literature at Brown University. She began working as a freelance journalist at The New York Times Newsday, TV Guide and Vogue She moved to the daily newspaper, as a cultural reporter. In 2006, she published her second novel, What Caroline Knew: A Novel, and by 2010 had left the Times, returning to film critiques.
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James's juicy novel is an elegant, insightful exploration of one woman's brush with fame and notoriety. It's as lush and seductive as a John Singer Sargent portrait. What Caroline Knew is an absolute must-read that can't be put down once started. A swift, fascinating read. com User, March 9, 2006. With a silky purr, James' protagonist Caroline Stephens draws you effortlessly in to the luxe, luscious world of old New York money in the 1920's. It's a while before you realize that your new friend is a boa constrictor.
Caroline Kepnes is from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Her second novel Hidden Bodies is a sequel that Booklist describes as the love child of Holden Caulfield and Patrick Bateman. Her most recent novel is Providence.
What Caroline Knew: A Novel. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780312343125 (978-0-312-34312-5) Hardcover, St. Martin's Press, 2006. Find signed collectible books: 'What Caroline Knew: A Novel'. ISBN 9783423241939 (978-3-423-24193-9) Softcover. She then began working at Marie Claire magazine while also doing freelance work. The following year, James began working with Indie Wire in a division created for her James on Screens as well as working as an adjuct professor in film studies at Columbia University.
Continue reading the main story. In her absorbing second novel, Caryn James approaches the familiar territory from the vantage point of a seductress who's suddenly been disrobed. 230 pp. St. The peerlessly lovely heroine of "What Caroline Knew" has but one true rival: the spell cast by a painting depicting her in a sexually compromising pose. The Jazz Age scandal created by her risqué portrait begins innocently enough. Resigned to a colorless marriage, Caroline Stephens finds amusement playing Medici and providing patronage to a bevy of young, impoverished artists.
James, Caryn (March 7, 2006). What Caroline Knew: A Novel. She is best known for her books You, Hidden Bodies and Providence: A Novel. ISBN 978-0-312-34312-5. The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a numeric commercial book identifier which is intended to be unique. Ling Ma is a Chinese American novelist and professor whose first book, Severance, won a 2018 Kirkus Prize as well as being listed as a New York Times Notable Book of 2018 and shortlisted for the 2019 Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award. She teaches writing at the University of Chicago.
Flag as Inappropriate. In 2006, she published her second novel, What Caroline Knew: A Novel and by 2010 had left the Times, returning to film critiques. She was working at Marie Claire magazine and doing freelance work Selected works. James, Caryn (7 March 2006).