The Red Shoes: Margaret Atwood Starting Out Rosemary Sullivan

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The Red Shoes: Margaret Atwood Starting Out  by  Rosemary Sullivan

The Red Shoes: Margaret Atwood Starting Out by Rosemary Sullivan
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How did a young girl who spent much of her early life in the Canadian bush evolve into a woman who has defined contemporary writing not just in Canada, but on the international page, as well? How did Margaret Atwood, in those pre-feminist, pre-CanLitMoreHow did a young girl who spent much of her early life in the Canadian bush evolve into a woman who has defined contemporary writing not just in Canada, but on the international page, as well? How did Margaret Atwood, in those pre-feminist, pre-CanLit days, find the courage and confidence to believe in herself? Governor Generals Award-winning biographer Rosemary Sullivan discovers the answers in a beautifully crafted portrait of the life and times of Margaret Atwood.

Both an exploration of the woman and her generation, Sullivan focuses on Atwoods formative years, and looks at the interesting discrepancy between the writers private and public personae. Along the way, Sullivan gives insight into the issues of female creativity, authority and autonomy, as well as providing a fascinating look into the heady first days of the Canadian literary scene.A wonderful blend of narrative, discovery and insight, written in Sullivans evocative style, The Red Shoes is a masterwork of biography and a #1 national bestseller.



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