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Margaret Atwood

Wynne-Davies, M (2010) Margaret Atwood Northcote House Publishers Ltd.. ISBN 978-0-7463-1036-6


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This book traces Atwood’s development from the publication of The Circle Game in 1966 to her most recent work, The Door (2007) noting that each phase of writing demonstrated both a commitment to, and interrogation of, specific themes. These textual focus points were, however, shown to defy neat classifications in terms of chronology and genre, since Atwood returns to, intertwines and alters perceptions of issues such as, nation, gender, politics, myth, chronology, geographical space, ecological ethics and authorial identity.

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Divisions : Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences > English and Languages > English
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Date : 2010
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