Margaret Atwood -- A Beginner's Guide helps readers find their way into the writing of one of today's most popular writers. Her work plunges people into the heart of stories, involving them in the process and the pleasure of storytelling. Tongue in cheek, Atwood employs the tools of her art to show that appearances can be deceptive and that objectivity is an illusion. In her fiction and poetry, Atwood dismantles universal truths and leads readers to seek their own answers to the riddles of contemporary life. Pilar Cuder's text explores: * Margaret Atwood's masterful use of mystery and suspense * Atwood's unique blend of vioces and genres in her novels * how her writing denounces violence against women * her powerful critique of western thought.About the Author:
Pilar is associate professor in English at the Universirt of Seville. She ahs written on Atwood and Byatt. She has been the Director of Women's Studies at the University of Huelva since 1996.
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