Pertains to the works of one of Canada’s greatest author’s and arguably, the founder of Canadian literature, Margaret Atwood. As a poet, environmentalist, novelist, critic and much more, Atwood brought a dynamic perspective to Canadian literature. Atwood’s book tells of the ways in which the political culture of the 1960’s and earlier generations revolutionized the Canadian writing landscape. Her analysis of the political landscape urges readers to consider the people who were living in Canada at the time and the ways immigration inspires literature.
The URL is linked to the author, Margaret Atwood's official website.