Margaret Atwood’s Death by Landscape

assignment is due Annotated Bibliography Cooke, Nathalie. Margaret Atwood: A Biography. Toronto, Ontario: ECW Press, 1998.
Nathalie Cooke’s Margaret Atwood: A Biography is considered as the first biography of Nathalie Cooke, the famous author, poet and critic. The book portrays the author’s development as a writer of international fame. The famous works of the author including ‘Death by Landscape’ is analyzed in this book. The author’s sources of inspiration and the different influences she had are explained in the text. The people she met, places she visited and other events she encountered are chronologically presented in the text. The book includes the famous author’s personae, her private and public life. The dexterity with which she handled her public and private life is also included in the book. It further gives a wonderful commentary of all the published works of the author. The author compares her personality with the fictional heroines in her works. The book is both for general and specialized readership. This biography examines the author’s growth in the evolution of the Canadian culture and literature.
Hengen, Shannon. Margaret Atwoods Power: Mirrors, Reflections, and Images in Select Fiction and Poetry. Toronto, Ontario: Sumach Press, 1993.
Margaret Atwoods Power: Mirrors, Reflections, and Images in Select Fiction and Poetry is a unique analysis of Atwood’s works. The book presents the author as the most accomplished poet and novelist. This is a wonderful feminist analysis in which the author provides a psychoanalytic overview of Margaret Atwood’s portrayal of women and power. The book gives new insights to the famous author’s work and her popularity as a writer.
Nischik, Reingard, ed. Margaret Atwood: Works and Impact. Rochester, N.Y.: Camden House, 2000.
The book presents Margaret Atwood as the most productive and versatile authors of her period. She is considered as the most fascinating writer who produces great works in any genre she chooses. This book appeared during the sixtieth birthday of the great author. The book examines the works of the author and reviews it. The book gives a great introduction to the works of Atwood, including her work ‘Death by Landscape’. Atwood’s novels, short stories, poetries and other works are surveyed in the book. The crucial approaches to Atwood’s works from the angle of mythology, literary criticism and cultural criticism and other topics are presented in the book.
Stein, Karen F. Margaret Atwood Revisited. New York: Twayne, 1999.
In this book the author gives a beautiful overview of the celebrated works of Atwood including ‘Death by Landscape’. The analysis focuses on her major themes. The book is thoroughly researched, giving a great analysis of the works of the famous author. The book examines nine novels of the author in groups of threes. The book highlights the interconnecting themes in the works. The themes include presentation of women as a commodity, story-teller and several other roles. The book discovers that the early fame of Atwood came as a poet and not novelist. The book considers Atwood as a prominent non-fiction writer and a talented short-fiction writer. The book presents the strength of the novelist evident in her different poetries, novels and other works.
Wilson, Sharon, Thomas Friedman, and Shannon Hengen, eds. Approaches to Teaching Atwoods The Handmaids Tale and Other Works. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 1996
Approaches to Teaching Atwoods The Handmaids Tale and Other Works give pedagogical approaches to learn the wide variety of works of Margaret Atwood. The book is well written, practical, easy to read and succinct. This is extremely useful for analyzing and learning Atwood’s works. The book is therefore highly recommended. The book beautifully contextualizes the great author within the Canadian culture instead of considering her like a British or American author. The book includes rich classroom examples and background materials for students and teachers.
Carrington de Papp, I. Margaret Atwood and Her Works. Toronto: EWC, 1985.
‘Margaret Atwood and Her Works’ gives a wonderful overview of the works of the famous author and critic. The book gives a detailed analysis of the works of Atwood. Readers can find an individual analysis of the author’s work in this text. The book also makes the readers understand the great writer.
Hengen, Shannon and Ashley Thomson. Margaret Atwood: A Reference Guide, 1988-2005 (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2007)
‘Margaret Atwood: A Reference Guide’ is a highly useful rich text that covers all the works of the famous author Margaret Atwood. The book analyzes all the novels of the author. The book examines all the short stories, poetries, letters, articles and novels of the author. Various adaptations of the works of Atwood are also included in the test. The famous public quotations of the Atwood are included in the text. Secondary resources are sorted by types and are presented in alphabetic order for the easy navigation of the reader. This wonderful text includes author’s works, scholarly resources, interviews, quotes, adaptations, reviews o her works, and reviews of the adaptations of the author. The book is useful for students and teachers. The new bibliography makes it easy for librarians to navigate the book.
Nischik, Reingard M. Engendering Genre: The Works of Margaret Atwood. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2009
‘Engendering Genre: The Works of Margaret Atwood’ gives an engaging contribution to the great works of the celebrated author Margaret Atwood. The seventh chapter of the book is considered as the first extended publication on the comics of the great author. The book includes exciting chapters that portray the works of Atwood. This is an interesting volume that examines the association between gender and genre in the works of Margaret Atwood. It also examines some of the cartoons arts printed in the book. The also includes an interview with the great author.
Nischik, Reingard M. Margaret Atwood: Works amp. Impact. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2000.
The book examines the relationship between the celebrated author’s fiction and her feminist politics. The concerns and choices of the author is thoroughly examines. The influence of feminism in the works of Margaret Atwood is included in the book. This is a also a detailed study of the works of this famous author. Further it gives a wonderful insight into the changing concerns of the author throughout her writing career. The book is in the form of a double narrative. It is a historical survey of shifts in the author’s career.
Tolan, Fiona. Margaret Atwood: Feminism and Fiction. Netherlands: Rodopi B.V., 2007. Print.
Margaret Atwood: Feminism and Fiction is yet another work that gives us an overview of the true themes of the works of Atwood. The book takes a fresh look at the feminist policies of the author and the true nature of her fiction works. The book does a wonderful analysis of her works. The choices and true concerns of the author, who is often labeled as a feminist, is presented in the book. The book examines the real influence of feminism in the works of the author. All the chapters are individual textual analysis that has a good chronological structure.