Margaret Atwood

Country : Canada
Language : anglais, français
Gender : feminin
Note :
Poète, romancière et critique
Field : Littératures
Variant of the name : Margaret Eleanor Atwood
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2321 5491

Activities of Margaret Atwood (106 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Documents about Margaret Atwood (59 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Livres (55)

Margaret Atwood's apocalypses
Margaret Atwood
Science, gender and history
Margaret Atwood and the labour of literary celebrity
Margaret Atwood
Re-writing women into Canadian history
National and female identity in Canadian literature, 1965-1980
The political in Margaret Atwood's fiction
Margaret Atwood
In other worlds
Margaret Atwood
The Cambridge introduction to Margaret Atwood
Engendering genre
Lenguajes comestibles
Margaret Atwood and the female Bildungsroman
Once upon a time
Margaret Atwood
Reading, learning, teaching Margaret Atwood
"You look delicious"
Margaret Atwood
Waltzing again
The Cambridge companion to Margaret Atwood
Atwood on her work, "Poems open the doors. Novels are the corridors"
Margaret Atwood
Self-fashioning in Margaret Atwood's fiction
Margaret Atwood
The Island motif in the fiction of L.M.Montgomery, Margaret Laurence, Margaret Atwood, and other canadian women novelists
Margaret Atwood's textual assassinations
Reading the gothic in Margaret Atwood's novels
Negotiating with the dead
Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood revisited
The dialogic self
Wilderness and the natural environment
The red shoes
Margaret Atwood
Approaches to teaching Atwood's "The handmaid's tale" and other works
Deux sollicitudes
Margaret Atwood
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Strategies for identity
Margaret Atwood's fairy-tale sexual politics
Brutal choreographies
Margaret Atwood
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Canadian literature
Margaret Atwood
Critical essays on Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood
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The Art of Margaret Atwood
Violent duality
Margaret Atwood

Enregistrements (3)

An interview with Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood reading"Unearthing suite"(short story)
Margaret Atwood reads from"A handmaid's tale"and talks about this futuristic fable of misogyny as compared to Orwell's 1984

Films, vidéos (1)

Margaret Atwood

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