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Margaret Atwood: Essays on Her Works (Writer Series)

ISBN: 9781550712674
Publisher: Guernica Editions
Publication Date: 2007-11-01
Number of pages: 300
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Examining her dynamic and perpetually progressing nature as a writer, this collection of essays on Margaret Atwood tackles a multiplicity of issues, from the destruction of the environment, the role of women in society, and the spiritual alienation caused by consumerism, to the desensitizing nature of mass culture, the loss of individual liberties, and the responsibility of the writer and limits of fiction. The volume's contributors include Gayle Greene, Coral Howells, Lorna Irvine, Stephanie Lovelady, Susan Jaret McKinstry, Jennifer Murray, Caterina Ricciardi, Barbara Hill Rigney, and Roberta Rubenstein.

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