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Transcript of Lady Oracle
Margaret Atwood, Lady Oracle “Besides, who would think of marrying a mothball? A question my mother put to me often, later, in other forms.”
Margaret Atwood, Lady Oracle Critique: I really enjoyed Margaret Atwood's book Lady Oracle. This book kept me on the edge of my seat because you never know whats coming next. The constant flash backs from the past to the present were also interesting and kept me wondering what was going to happen next, Text connection:
This story connects to the real world and real people because people are constantly trying to be something their not, not only in the story, This is a very common thing in the world. “I would pore for hours over the stalls of worn necklaces, sets of gilt spoons, sugar tongs in the shape of hen's feet or midget hands, clocks that didn't work, flowered china, spotty mirrors and ponderous furniture, the flotsam left by those receding centuries in which, more and more, I was living.”
Margaret Atwood, Lady Oracle