Self-Fashioning in Margaret Atwood's Fiction: Dress, Culture, and Identity
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Clothing plays a more meaningful role in contemporary Canadian writer Atwood's fiction than has previously been discussed at length, argues Kuhn (English, Metropolitan State College, Colorado). She finds that her protagonists consistently style themselves in response to divisive cultural codes, so that self-fashioning becomes a survivalist act. The
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Published January 14th 2005 by Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
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