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Critical essays on Margaret Atwood.
Boston, Mass. : G.K. Hall, ©1988
(OCoLC)576545996
Named Person: Margaret Atwood; Margaret Eleanor Atwood; Margaret Atwood
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Judith McCombs
ISBN: 0816188408 9780816188406
OCLC Number: 16980525
Description: vii, 306 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Articles and Essays --
[Review of The Circle Game] / Michael Ondaatje --
[Review of The Animals in That Country] / David Helwig --
[Review of The Journals of Susanna Moodie and Procedures for Underground] / Robin Skelton --
Powerful Poetry [Power Politics] / Elizabeth Brewster --
Dark Mouth [Procedures for Underground] / Peter Stevens --
Atwood's Moodie [The Journals of Susanna Moodie] / A.W. Purdy --
In Search of a Native Tongue [Surfacing] / Christina Newman --
[Review of Surfacing] / Margaret Laurence --
Soul Survivor [Surfacing and Power Politics] / Joan Larkin --
Margaret Atwood: Beyond Victimhood [Survival, The Edible Woman, Surfacing, and five books of poetry] / Marge Piercy --
Survival Kit / Phyllis Grosskurth --
Power Politics in Bluebeard's Castle [Power Politics, The Edible Woman, Surfacing, Survival, Procedures for Underground, and "Polarities" / Gloria Onley --
Margaret Atwood: Poet as Novelist [Power Politics, The Circle Game, The Edible Woman, The Journals of Susanna Moodie, The Animals in That Country, Survival, and Surfacing] / George Woodcock --
Breaking the Circle [The Circle Game, Survival, The Journals of Susanna Moodie, The Animals in That Country, and Surfacing] / Rosemary Sullivan --
Atwood Gothic [You Are Happy, Surfacing, Survival, The Animals in That Country, The Circle Game, and Power Politics] / Eli Mandel --
Circe's Emergence: Transforming Traditional Love in Margaret Atwood's You Are Happy / Jane Lilienfeld --
Nature as the Nunnery [Surfacing] / Francine de Plessix Gray --
Atwood's Gorgon Touch [Seven books of poetry, from Double Persephone to You Are Happy] / Frank Davey --
The Poetry of Margaret Atwood [Six books of poetry, from The Circle Game to You Are Happy] / John Wilson Foster --
The Woman as Hero in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing / Josie P. Campbell --
Atwood's Adult Fairy Tale: Levi-Strauss, Bettelheim, and The Edible Woman / T.D. MacLulich --
Margaret Atwood's Lady Oracle: Fantasy and the Modern Gothic Novel / Susan J. Rosowski --
[Review of Two-Headed Poems] / Douglas Barbour --
Atwood's Sacred Wells [Dancing Girls, poetry, and Surfacing] / Russell Brown --
Demons, Doubles, and Dinosaurs: Life Before Man, The Origin of Consciousness, and "The Icicle" / Ildiko de Papp Carrington --
[Review of True Stories] / Ann Mandel --
[Review of Second Words] / Margarets [sic] Atwood --
In Darkest Atwood [Murder in the Dark] / Elspeth Cameron --
Charms and Riddles [Bluebeard's Egg] / Magdalene Redekop --
Pandora's Box and Female Survival: Margaret Atwood's Bodily Harm / Roberta Rubenstein --
Journey to Light [Interlunar] / Anne Blott --
Control and Creativity: The Politics of Risk in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale / Lucy M. Freibert.
Series Title: Critical essays on world literature.
Responsibility: Judith McCombs [editor].

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