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    The Message Of The Siren Song by Margaret Atwood

    The poem ‘Siren Song’ may be believed to indicate an alluring woman who has no morals. This could be alluded to, as the term ‘siren’ might be highlighting a feigning and insincere female trying to manipulate a man. On one hand, the poem could be interpreted as one, which subtly complains about women in general, […] More

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    Metafiction and Happy Endings (Margaret Atwood)

    A. Definition: The narrator of a metafictional work will call attention to the writing process itself. The reader is never to forget that what she is reading is constructed–not natural, not “real.” She is never to get “lost” in the story. B. Possible Contents: intruding to comment on writing involving his or herself with fictional […] More

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    Metafiction and Happy Endings (Margaret Atwood)

    Metafiction A. Definition: The narrator of a metafictional work will call attention to the writing process itself. The reader is never to forget that what she is reading is constructed–not natural, not “real.” She is never to get “lost” in the story. B. Possible Contents: intruding to comment on writing involving his or herself with […] More