Table of Contents
1. Introduction /Margaret Atwood Author Info
2. Murder in the Dark Summary/Hurricane Alicia Historical Event 3. Survival, Space, and Place
4. Victim Positions/Work Sited
The author of my independent study novel is Margaret Atwood. Atwood is a multi-award winning writer, and also a hobby painter. She is a well known writer of poetry, fiction novels, and many others. Atwood is most honoured in her recent fiction novels, and is very well known in the writing scene. She has published 15 books of poetry to this day.
Margret Atwood was born November 18, 1939. Atwood was born in Ottawa, Ontario and studied at Victoria College in the University of Toronto in 1957. After graduating, in the year 1968 she married Jim Polk, they divorced in 1973. Atwood became a very well known Canadian poet, novelist, literary critic, essayist and environmental activist; she is among many well known fiction authors in recent history. Margret Atwood has been nominated for many awards, winning the Arthur C. Clark Award and Prince of Asturias award for literature. She has been a finalist for the Governor Generals award 7 times, winning twice. Atwood has published 15 books of poetry to this day.
Murder in the Dark
This novel didn’t really have a story line so it is hard to summarize, it is a very confusing, and jumpy book. It is definitely not a typical Margaret Atwood book. The Novel begins with two page chapters with different topics and completely different story lines. The books begins chapter one with “Making Poison,” this tells us about when her and her brother made their own “poison” when they were very young, and that she doesn’t remember what they did with it. Then it skips through to many different topics with a two page description. The entire book follows this pattern. It is very confusing and has very little story line at all.
A main event taking place in 1983 is Hurricane...
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