Atwood, Margaret

 (1939–) Canadian novelist.

Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors. 2013.

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  • Atwood, Margaret — ▪ Canadian author in full  Margaret Eleanor Atwood  born Nov. 18, 1939, Ottawa, Ont., Can.    Canadian poet, novelist, and critic, noted for her Canadian nationalism and her feminism.       As an adolescent, Atwood divided her time between… …   Universalium

  • Atwood, Margaret (Eleanor) — born Nov. 18, 1939, Ottawa, Ont., Can. Canadian poet, novelist, and critic. Atwood attended the University of Toronto and Harvard University. In the poetry collection The Circle Game (1964; Governor General s Award), she celebrates the natural… …   Universalium

  • Atwood, Margaret (Eleanor) — (n. 18 nov. 1939, Ottawa, Ontario, Canadá). Poetisa, novelista y crítica canadiense. Atwood estudió en las universidades de Toronto y Harvard. En el poemario The Circle Game [El juego circular] (1964; Premio del Gobernador General de Canadá),… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Atwood,Margaret Eleanor — At·wood (ătʹwo͝od ), Margaret Eleanor. Born 1939. Canadian writer of novels, poetry, and children s books known especially for her feminist novels, including The Edible Woman (1969) and The Handmaid s Tale (1985). * * * …   Universalium

  • Margaret Atwood — Atwood at Eden Mills Writers Festival 2006, Blackwattle Bay Born November 18, 1939 (1939 11 18) (age 72) Ottawa, Ontario, Canada …   Wikipedia

  • Margaret Atwood — Lesung im Literaturhaus München am 19. Oktober 2009 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Margaret Eleanor Atwood — (* 18. November 1939 in Ottawa, Kanada) ist eine kanadische Schriftstellerin. Sie schreibt Romane, Essays, Kurzgeschichten und Lyrik. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben und Werk 2 Werke 2.1 Romane 2.2 Prosasammlungen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Margaret Atwood — Premio Príncipe de Asturias Nombre completo Margaret Eleanor Atwood …   Wikipedia Español

  • Margaret Atwood — à l Eden Mills Writers Festival en 2006 Nom de naissance …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Atwood — Atwood, Margaret (1939 ) a Canadian writer of ↑novels and short stories, known especially for her books about women s lives, such as Cat s Eye and The Handmaid s Tale …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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