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Author: Margaret Yoder Davis
ISBN: 0533143551
Language: English
Pages: 37 pages
Category: Poetry
Publisher: Vantage Pr (April 1, 2003)
Rating: 4.1
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Sub: Fiction

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Prose mixes with poetry. If you're in mood for some good end of the world stories, then you should definitely check out Apocalypse Now. Big names like Margaret Atwood and Paolo Bacigalupi rub shoulders with authors I've never heard of. But on the whole, the book really works. It was a super-enjoyable read. 3 people found this helpful.

Atwood’s 1995 book of poetry, Morning in the Burned House, reflects a period in Atwood’s life when time seems to.

Atwood’s 1995 book of poetry, Morning in the Burned House, reflects a period in Atwood’s life when time seems to be running out, observed John Bemrose in Maclean’s. Noting that many of the poems address grief and loss, particularly in relationship to her father’s death and a realization of her own mortality, Bemrose added that the book moves even more deeply into survival territory

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Jun 29, 2012 - poetry/prose book signifies a sense of collective political agency against. tralia given the enduring disenfranchisement of Indigenous people. Referring around a specific culture (for example, gender or race) is an important po. Poetry and Prose: What's the Difference? . At the same time, her playing with form and meaning functions as a strategy to involve the reader in the creative process.

Margaret Atwood was born in 1939 in Ottawa, Ontario. from Victoria College, University of Toronto, and an . and The Animals in That Country (1968). Among her novels are Oryx and Crake: A Novel (McClelland & Stewart, 2003); The Blind Assassin (2000), which won the Booker Prize and the Dashell Hammett Prize; Alias Grace (1996); The Robber Bride (1993); The Handmaid's Tale (1986), winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Award and the Arthur C. Clarke Award; Bodily. Harm (1982); Lady Oracle (1976); and The Edible Woman (1970).

Moods in Poetry: A Guidebook for Writers and Readers, is perfect for workshops, classrooms, and individual writers. Beginning writers as well as advanced practitioners, and readers, will benefit from in-depth treatment of an essential element of writing. Thorough explanations of tone, voice, narration, and mood show inner workings of literary works.

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