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Amongst other things, Atwood writes about art and its creation, the dangers of ideology and sexual politics; she deconstructs myths, fairytales and the classics for a new audience.
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Importantly, though, it is readable: Religious, totalitarian, radical evangelical currents run through the story and appear to question or perhaps mock the current system.
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She rejects responsibility, bending over backwards to find virtue in her ability to anticipate what other people want and to simply give it to them. Her private thoughts are constantly sugaring over her reality. Alias Grace was set in Kingston Pen.
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The problem of dystopian fiction is this: Atwood toys with both our expectations and the conventions of the Victorian thriller. Both Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood envision a world of fundamental environmental catastrophe.
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The Year of the Flood is less satirical in tone, less of an intellectual exercise, less scathing though more painful. It is seen very largely through the eyes of women, powerless women, whose individual characters and temperaments and emotions are vivid and memorable.
Dancing Girls, "Lives of the Poets,"