Acta Universitatis Danubius. Communicatio, Vol 13, No 1 (2019)

The Change of Discursive Registers at Margaret Atwood

Daniela Monica Craciun (Robu)


The paper aims at exploring Margaret Atwood’s vision in her books emphasized in aninterview written by Bland Jared, “It's 'scary' watching aspects of her fiction come to life, MargaretAtwood says”, August 24, 2013. We have chosen this interview because Margaret Atwood presents indetail her intentions with some of her books. The author has been drawn into the feminist camp, andshe has been famously denying such involvement. In the interview she explains how aspects of herfiction came to life as a consequence of our past actions. The purpose of this article is to highlight thearguments that build up her belief and the roots of inspiration for some of her novels. The article canbe useful to students focusing on the Canadian fictional novels with a particular interest in feminism.


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