Margaret (Eleanor) Atwood Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 33 pages of information about the life of Margaret (Eleanor) Atwood.
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One of Canada's most public literary personalities, Margaret Atwood has made her reputation as much as by being versatile as by being controversial. As a poet she has to date produced ten volumes of verse, and since her early university days, she has published individual poems in Canadian, British, and American journals and popular magazines ranging from Maclean's to the New Yorker, from the Times Literary Supplement to Mademoiselle. In addition, she has edited The New Oxford Book of Canadian Verse in English (1982). Her five novels, two children's books, and numerous short stories have earned her a place as an important writer of fiction as well. The many reviews and articles she has written (on a variety of topics--from Canadian writers and cultural nationalism to ecology), as well as her involvement in House of Anansi publishing ventures, have contributed to making Atwood a significant cultural force, and...

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