An Intertextual Reading of the Politics of storytelling in The Edible Woman, Surfacing, The Handmaid’s Tale and Cat’s Eye by Margaret Atwood
aesthetics, storytelling, transformation, intertextuality, survival, polyphony
My article explores how Margaret Atwood deconstructs dichotomous visions of women and proposes a reconstruction of women s identity in the dominant sociopolitical context suggesting alternative aesthetic systems This implies self-knowledge and acceptance of both the good and the bad side of their identity the acknowledgement of this reality is required in order to survive
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