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Paris Agreement 5-Year Anniversary - Virtual
Paris Agreement 5-Year Anniversary - Virtual conversation on Climate Change: "Paris to Glasgow: from knowledge to action", with Margaret Atwood, Michael Sabia, David Suzuki and Sheila Watt-Cloutier - Dec. 9, 7PM (EST)  Canada NewsWire
Posted on 4 December 2020 | 5:30 am
Don Rogers: End of world for Christmas -
Don Rogers: End of world for Christmas  Sierra Sun
Posted on 4 December 2020 | 4:57 am
Your Weekend Planner Dec 4: Diljit vs
Your Weekend Planner Dec 4: Diljit vs Kangana on Twitter, Nolan drops Tenet  India Today
Posted on 4 December 2020 | 4:37 am
How to buy books on a budget in Karachi -
How to buy books on a budget in Karachi  SAMAA
Posted on 4 December 2020 | 2:48 am
Books to Read and Reread - The New York
Books to Read and Reread  The New York Times
Posted on 3 December 2020 | 10:53 pm
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Poetry? It's the new pop: The best books for
Poetry? It's the new pop: The best books for gifting those who love rhymes this Christmas  Daily Mail
Posted on 3 December 2020 | 2:02 pm
International: 30 bestselling books for the
International: 30 bestselling books for the week of Nov. 28  Vancouver Sun
Posted on 3 December 2020 | 11:03 am
10 Shows To Watch If You Like Alias Grace
10 Shows To Watch If You Like Alias Grace (According To Reddit & More)  Screen Rant
Posted on 3 December 2020 | 9:30 am
Historic Effort To 'End Blindness' Marks
Historic Effort To 'End Blindness' Marks Major Milestone With Leading Scientists Recognized For Pioneering Work At VIP Ceremony Featuring Tribute To Ruth Bader Ginsburg  Yahoo Finance
Posted on 3 December 2020 | 9:18 am
FIGHTING BACK: A collective effort will
FIGHTING BACK: A collective effort will lower rates of family violence  Tasmania Examiner
Posted on 2 December 2020 | 4:30 pm
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Speaking of Books — What Makes a Book a
Speaking of Books — What Makes a Book a Classic  Garden City News
Posted on 2 December 2020 | 12:37 pm
The Handmaid's Tale: making a drama out of a
The Handmaid's Tale: making a drama out of a crisis  UN News
Posted on 2 December 2020 | 10:01 am
Women's Executive Network Canada Honours
Women's Executive Network Canada Honours Assante Advisor Tina Tehranchian with Intact Professional Award  Business Wire
Posted on 2 December 2020 | 5:00 am
Banville criticised by fellow Booker winner
Banville criticised by fellow Booker winner for saying he despises ‘woke’ movement  The Irish Times
Posted on 1 December 2020 | 10:00 pm
Melania Trump’s normal Christmas
Melania Trump’s normal Christmas decorations reveal her secret  The Washington Post
Posted on 1 December 2020 | 5:05 pm
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AARP Bulletin Exclusive: 'AN AMERICAN
AARP Bulletin Exclusive: 'AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY: Nursing Homes and the Pandemic'  PRNewswire
Posted on 1 December 2020 | 10:44 am
Columbia Basin Herald - Columbia Basin
Columbia Basin Herald  Columbia Basin Herald
Posted on 1 December 2020 | 6:24 am
The Booker Prize turns a new page - McGill
The Booker Prize turns a new page  McGill Tribune
Posted on 1 December 2020 | 3:02 am
Event organizer drops BookExpo, annual
Event organizer drops BookExpo, annual publishing convention  The Associated Press
Posted on 30 November 2020 | 11:29 pm
Literacy Partners Honors Toni Morrison With
Literacy Partners Honors Toni Morrison With Virtual Reading  WWD
Posted on 30 November 2020 | 3:01 pm
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writerschueler: Margaret Atwood ‘Dearly’
writerschueler: Margaret Atwood ‘Dearly’ feels the p^@@age of time in her first new book of poetry in more than a decade… https://t.co/kA7gOIVStD
Posted on 4 December 2020 | 6:25 am
writerschueler: The author also reads one of
writerschueler: The author also reads #e of her poems>Caught in time’s current: Margaret Atwood # grief, poetry and the past four… https://t.co/sQibCcLn32
Posted on 4 December 2020 | 6:25 am
Ajthetrainer1: RT @FormattedBooks: Being
Ajthetrainer1: RT @FormattedBooks: Being persistent in writing will take you to places — and it'll eventually showcase the power you have as a writer. Ta…
Posted on 4 December 2020 | 6:25 am
rafat: RT @rafat: Left unsaid: a lot of
rafat: RT @rafat: Left unsaid: a lot of trade show carnage left to come from the giant event c&@glomerates, even post-vaccine. Many of these shows…
Posted on 4 December 2020 | 6:25 am
mel_writes_: RT @AdviceToWriters: #Writing
mel_writes_: RT @AdviceToWriters: #Writing is work. It's also gambling. You d!^^'t get a pensi!^^ plan. Other people can help you a bit, but essentially y…
Posted on 4 December 2020 | 6:25 am
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Resolved Question: Margaret Atwood and
Any influences from Atwood's childhood with the main protagonist from her novel "Oryx and Crake"
Posted on 24 December 2012 | 10:21 am
Resolved Question: What is Margaret Atwood
Is the family on the rocks a portrayal of American tourists? The poet would like tourists to see her country's mountains and lakes, rather than the unrealistic commercial view some Americans portray (of Canada)? Did the publishing of this poem weaken the Americans ties with Canadians? Just a couple of questions I had after reading the poem. Canadians also have stereotypes on Americans, right?
Posted on 22 August 2012 | 2:19 am
Resolved Question: What are Margaret
Posted on 11 February 2012 | 8:37 am
Resolved Question: Please help me interpret
Postcards by Margaret Atwood I'm thinking about you. What else can I say? The palm trees on the reverse are a delusion; so is the pink sand. What we have are the usual fractured coke bottles and the smell of backed-up drains, too sweet, like a mango on the verge of rot, which we have also. The air clear sweat, mosquitoes & their tracks; birds & elusive. Time comes in waves here, a sickness, one day after the other rolling on; I move up, it's called awake, then down into the uneasy nights but never forward. The roosters crow for hours before dawn, and a prodded child howls & howls on the pocked road to school. In the hold with the baggage there are two prisoners, their heads shaved by bayonets, & ten crates of queasy chicks. Each spring there's race of cripples, from the store to the church. This is the sort of junk I carry with me; and a clipping about democracy from the local paper. Outside the window they're building the damn hotel, nail by nail, someone's crumbling dream. A universe that includes you can't be all bad, but does it? At this distance you're a mirage, a glossy image fixed in the posture of the last time I saw you. Turn you over, there's the place for the address. Wish you were here. Love comes in waves like the ocean, a sickness which goes on & on, a hollow cave in the head, filling & pounding, a kicked ear. I love this poem. I'm going to write my poetry assessment commentary on it, but I have a few questions... In the last two lines of the first stanza, what does "The air clear sweat, mosquitoes & their tracks; birds & elusive" mean? And why does Atwood use & signs instead of the actual word "and"? In the second stanza, I don't understand the whole "In the hold with the baggage there are two prisoners, their heads shaved by bayonets, & ten crates of queasy chicks. Each spring there's a race of cripples, from the store to the church" part.... And lastly, in the third stanza, what does the hotel represent? Thank you ^^
Posted on 31 December 2011 | 8:06 am
Resolved Question: Can anyone help me to
the question I need to answer is : with reference to the poem, discuss the poet's use of imagery to portray the aging process. answer this question with quotes. thank and please!
Posted on 25 April 2011 | 3:52 pm

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