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The most memorable pieces in this collection of essays and articles by Margaret Atwood are the ones about herself rather than the ones about literature. Why is this? It isn't as though Atwood isn't well-informed and intelligent when talking about books; she is. But what she is really good at is telling stories, and the explicatory ways of criticism don't quite allow that story-telling talent to breathe. When she looks back on her own life, however, she talks as though she is minting scenes from one of her acerbic early novels.
Natasha Walter, sobre o novo livro de Margaret Atwood, no Guardian.
Postado por Julio Daio Borges
8/6/2005 às 12h01
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