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Margaret Atwood: Conversations
     

Margaret Atwood: Conversations

by Earl G. Ingersoll (Editor)
 

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Interviews with Atwood by other writers, including Graeme Gibson, Joyce Carol Oates, Geoff Hancock.

This gathering of 21 interviews with Margaret Atwood covers a broad spectrum of topics. Beginning with Graeme Gibson's "Dissecting the Way a
Writer Works" (1972), the conversations provide a forum for Atwood to talk about her own work, her career as a

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Interviews with Atwood by other writers, including Graeme Gibson, Joyce Carol Oates, Geoff Hancock.

This gathering of 21 interviews with Margaret Atwood covers a broad spectrum of topics. Beginning with Graeme Gibson's "Dissecting the Way a
Writer Works" (1972), the conversations provide a forum for Atwood to talk about her own work, her career as a writer, feminism, and Canadian cultural nationalism, and to refute the autobiographical fallacy. These conversations offer what Earl Ingersoll calls "a kind of 'biography' of
Margaret Atwood—the only kind of biography she is likely to sanction."
Enlivened by Atwood's unfailing sense of humor, the interviews present an invaluable view of a distinguished contemporary writer at work.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780865380745
Publisher:
Ontario Review Books
Publication date:
09/28/1991
Series:
Critical Series
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

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