Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood

Language, Text, and System

Book - 1983
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As poet, novelist, and critic Margaret Atwood is one of Canada'smost stimulating contemporary writers. In this essay collection theauthors examine her 'system' or 'set of codes' from avariety of critical perspectives which, considered together,demonstrate the overall consistency of Atwood's work. Theintroductory and concluding papers by the editors frame the otheressays which range from thematic, historical, comparative, and feministto syntactical studies of Atwood's text and language.
Publisher: Vancouver, BC : University of British Columbia Press, c1983
ISBN: 9780774801706
Branch Call Number: 819.3/MAR
Additional Contributors: Grace, Sherrill E. 1944-


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