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Since , she has published 18 books of poetry, 18 novels, 11 books of non-fiction, nine collections of short fiction, eight children's books, and two graphic novels , as well as a number of small press editions of both poetry and fiction. Atwood has won numerous awards and honors for her writing, including the Booker Prize twice , Arthur C.
Atwood's works encompass a variety of themes including gender and identity, religion and myth, the power of language, climate change, and "power politics". Atwood is also the inventor of the LongPen device and associated technologies that facilitate remote robotic writing of documents. Marie and Toronto. She did not attend school full-time until she was 12 years old. She became a voracious reader of literature, Dell pocketbook mysteries, Grimms' Fairy Tales , Canadian animal stories, and comic books.
As a child, she also participated in the Brownie program of Girl Guides of Canada. Atwood has written about her experiences in Girl Guides in several of her publications. Atwood realized she wanted to write professionally when she was She graduated in with a Bachelor of Arts in English honours and minors in philosophy and French. Atwood married Jim Polk, an American writer, in , but later divorced in The family returned to Toronto in Although she is an accomplished writer, Atwood claims to be a terrible speller.
She also has a sister, Ruth Atwood, born in , and a brother who is two years older, Harold Leslie Atwood. Atwood claimed 17th century witchcraft-lynching survivor Mary Webster to be her ancestor and made Webster the subject of her poem "Half-Hanged Mary", and dedicated her novel The Handmaid's Tale to her.
Atwood's first book of poetry, Double Persephone , was published as a pamphlet by Hawskhead Press in , winning the E. Pratt Medal. Atwood's first novel, The Edible Woman , was published in As a social satire of North American consumerism, many critics have often cited the novel as an early example of the feminist concerns found in many of Atwood's works.
Atwood also published three novels during this time: Surfacing ; Lady Oracle ; and Life Before Man , which was a finalist for the Governor General's Award. By , there was such interest in Atwood, her works, and her life that Maclean's declared her to be "Canada's most gossiped-about writer. Atwood's literary reputation continued to rise in the s with the publication of Bodily Harm ; The Handmaid's Tale , winner of the Arthur C.
I decided not to put anything in that somebody somewhere hadn't already done. While reviewers and critics have been tempted to read autobiographical elements of Atwood's life in her work, particularly Cat's Eye ,   in general Atwood resists the desire of critics to read too closely for an author's life in their writing.
Atwood's reputation as a writer continued to grow with the publication of the novels The Robber Bride , finalist for the Governor General's Award  and shortlisted for the James Tiptree Jr. Award ,  and Alias Grace , winner of the Giller Prize , finalist for the Booker Prize ,  finalist for the Governor General's Award ,  and shortlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction.
As Atwood noted about The Robber Bride , "I'm not making a case for evil behavior, but unless you have some women characters portrayed as evil characters, you're not playing with a full range. In , Atwood published her tenth novel, The Blind Assassin , to critical acclaim, winning both the Booker Prize  and the Hammett Prize  in Atwood followed this success with the publication of Oryx and Crake in , the first novel in a series that also includes The Year of the Flood and MaddAddam , which would collectively come to be known as the MaddAddam Trilogy.
The apocalyptic vision in the MaddAddam Trilogy engages themes of genetic modification, pharmaceutical and corporate control, and man-made disaster. We can see far enough into the future to know that we can't go on the way we've been going forever without inventing, possibly, a lot of new and different things. The story is a retelling of The Odyssey from the perspective of Penelope and a chorus of the twelve maids murdered at the end of the original tale.
The Penelopiad was given a theatrical production in The book was announced as the joint winner of the Booker Prize on October 14, The book was released in anticipation of the lectures, which were also recorded and broadcast on CBC Radio One 's Ideas. In March , Atwood accepted a chamber opera commission. In , Atwood began writing the superhero comic book series Angel Catbird , with co-creator and illustrator Johnnie Christmas. The series protagonist, scientist Strig Feleedus, is victim of an accidental mutation that leaves him with the body parts and powers of both a cat and a bird.
So it's not that I imagine them, it's that I notice that people are working on them and I take it a few steps further down the road. So it doesn't come out of nowhere, it comes out of real life. She thinks that readers will probably need a paleo-anthropologist to translate some parts of her story. It's like Sleeping Beauty. The texts are going to slumber for years and then they'll wake up, come to life again. It's a fairytale length of time. She slept for years.
In early , while on the paperback tour in Denver for her novel Oryx and Crake , Atwood conceived the concept of a remote robotic writing technology, what would later be known as the LongPen , that would enable a person to remotely write in ink anywhere in the world via tablet PC and the Internet, thus allowing her to conduct her book tours without being physically present.
She quickly founded a company, Unotchit Inc. By , Unotchit Inc. As of September , Atwood is still co-founder and a director of Syngrafii Inc. In November Atwood published Dearly, a collection of poems exploring absences and endings, ageing and retrospection, and gifts and renewals. Atwood's contributions to the theorizing of Canadian identity have garnered attention both in Canada and internationally.
Her principal work of literary criticism, Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature , is considered somewhat outdated, but remains a standard introduction to Canadian literature in Canadian studies programs internationally.
In Survival , Atwood postulates that Canadian literature, and by extension Canadian identity, is characterized by the symbol of survival. According to this literature, Canadian identity has been defined by a fear of nature, by settler history, and by unquestioned adherence to the community. Atwood's contribution to the theorizing of Canada is not limited to her non-fiction works.
Atwood continued her exploration of the implications of Canadian literary themes for Canadian identity in lectures such as Strange Things: The Malevolent North in Canadian Literature Among her contributions to Canadian literature, Atwood is a founding trustee of the Griffin Poetry Prize ,  as well as a founder of the Writers' Trust of Canada , a non-profit literary organization that seeks to encourage Canada's writing community.
Atwood's work has been of interest to feminist literary critics, despite Atwood's unwillingness at times to apply the label feminist to her works. Some people mean it quite negatively, other people mean it very positively, some people mean it in a broad sense, other people mean it in a more specific sense. Therefore, in order to answer the question, you have to ask the person what they mean.
Those are not positions I have agreed with",  a position she repeated to The Irish Times. She has been criticized for her comments surrounding the MeToo movement , particularly that it is a "symptom of a broken legal system. You, however, at Equality Now are real activists. I hope people will give Equality Now lots and lots of money, today, so they can write equal laws, enact equal laws and see that equal laws are implemented. That way, in time, all girls may be able to grow up believing that there are no avenues that are closed to them simply because they are girls.
Atwood has resisted the suggestion that The Handmaid's Tale and Oryx and Crake are science fiction, suggesting to The Guardian in that they are speculative fiction instead: "Science fiction has monsters and spaceships; speculative fiction could really happen. It contains no intergalactic space travel, no teleportation, no Martians. In , Atwood said that she does at times write social science fiction and that The Handmaid's Tale and Oryx and Crake can be designated as such.
She clarified her meaning on the difference between speculative and science fiction, admitting that others use the terms interchangeably: "For me, the science fiction label belongs on books with things in them that we can't yet do Atwood repeatedly makes observations about the relationship of humans to animals in her works.
In Surfacing , one character remarks about eating animals: "The animals die that we may live, they are substitute people And we eat them, out of cans or otherwise; we are eaters of death, dead Christ-flesh resurrecting inside us, granting us life. Marian stops eating meat but then later returns to it. In Cat's Eye , the narrator recognizes the similarity between a turkey and a baby. She looks at "the turkey, which resembles a trussed, headless baby.
It has thrown off its disguise as a meal and has revealed itself to me for what it is, a large dead bird. Atwood is a pescetarian. In a interview she stated that "I shouldn't use the term vegetarian because I'm allowing myself gastropods, crustaceans and the occasional fish.
Nothing with fur or feathers though". Atwood has indicated in an interview that she considers herself a Red Tory in what she sees as the historical sense of the term, saying that "The Tories were the ones who believed that those in power had a responsibility to the community, that money should not be the measure of all things.
Atwood has strong views on environmental issues, and she and Graeme Gibson were the joint honorary presidents of the Rare Bird Club within BirdLife International. Atwood celebrated her 70th birthday at a gala dinner at Laurentian University in Sudbury , Ontario.
She stated that she had chosen to attend the event because the city has been home to one of Canada's most ambitious environmental reclamation programs: "When people ask if there's hope for the environment , I say, if Sudbury can do it, so can you. Having been a symbol of desolation, it's become a symbol of hope. In her dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale , all the developments take place near Boston in the United States, now known as Gilead, while Canada is portrayed as the only hope for an escape.
To some this reflects her status of being "in the vanguard of Canadian anti-Americanism of the s and s". The novel Surfacing was adapted into an film , written by Bernard Gordon and directed by Claude Jutra. The novel The Handmaid's Tale has been adapted several times.
Season two premiered on April 25, , and it was announced on May 2, , that Hulu had renewed the series for a third season. In , six of Atwood's short stories were adapted by Shaftesbury Films for the anthology television series The Atwood Stories. Atwood's Massey Lectures were adapted into the documentary Payback , by director Jennifer Baichwal. The novel Alias Grace was adapted into a six-part miniseries directed by Mary Harron and adapted by Sarah Polley.
In the Wake of the Flood released in October , a documentary film by the Canadian director Ron Mann , followed Atwood on the unusual book tour for her novel The Year of the Flood During this innovative book tour, Atwood created a theatrical version of her novel, with performers borrowed from the local areas she was visiting.
In January , it was announced that Paramount Television and Anonymous Content had bought the rights to the trilogy and would be moving forward without Aronofsky. Summary Bibliography . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Since , she has published 18 books of poetry, 18 novels, 11 books of non-fiction, nine collections of short fiction, eight children's books, and two graphic novels , as well as a number of small press editions of both poetry and fiction. Atwood has won numerous awards and honors for her writing, including the Booker Prize twice , Arthur C. Atwood's works encompass a variety of themes including gender and identity, religion and myth, the power of language, climate change, and "power politics".
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Storytelling: Critical and Creative Approaches
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