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Books Like Cat's Eye by Margaret Atwood | Suggesting Reading

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Atwood's bestselling novel The Handmaid's Tale (1985) is set in a future in which reproductive ability has dwindled to the point where only a small minority are capable of having children. In a repressive, male-dominated oligarchy, women are divided into classes, the lowest of which, the handmaids, are used solely for procreation.

The autobiographical novel Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916), by James Joyce, is a classic künstlerroman. It shows the intellectual and emotional growth of the character Stephen Dedalus, and how the development of his artistic awareness involves a rejection of the values of the society in which he was raised.

Alice Munro is one of Canada's leading writers. Her novel Lives of Girls and Women (1971), set in a small town in southwest Ontario in the 1950s and 1960s, is a künstlerroman about the coming of age of a...

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