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Men inflict on each other Here is the familiar outer world of family summers at remote lakes winters of political activism and seasons of exotic friends mudane lives and unexpected loves But here too is the inner world of There was once a reuest for a day s absence from office that went like this My wife delivered baby As I am the only father I reuest you to declare holiday today This at a moment of insane happiness is what a father wrote to his boss asking for a day off What should ideally have been written as I am now a proud father I would like to take a day off and spend time with my family in this time of happinessThis became something totally different in the hands of another English user didn t it While totally exag

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Bluebeard's Egg and Other Stories

By turns humorous and warm stark and frightening Bluebeard's Egg infuses a Canada of the 1940s '50s and '80s with glowing childhood memories the harsh realities of parents growing old and the casual cruelty that men and wo How I saw Sex And The City 2 after reading Bluebeard s EggCarrie wonders why she s so unhappy She s spent her life pursuing excess and now she s acuired everything on her list She s a famous writer She shares a beautiful apartment in the best part of Manhattan with the handsome successful man she spent years snaring into marriage She s got a walk in closet full of expensive designer shoes She eats out most evenings at the city s finest restaurants and attends its most exclusive parties She s close to her three lon

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Hidden places and all that emerges from them the intimately personal the fantastic and the shockingly realwhether it's what lies in a mysterious locked room or in the secret feelings we all conceal From the Paperback editi 35 starsBluebeard s Egg is a collection that offers up classic Atwood in short story form Some of them were a tad forgettable but always enjoyable when you were doing the actual reading and there were some truly Atwoodian gems in hereAs usual she provides her uniue take on themes such as nature gender roles friendships motherdaughter relationships and of course the relationship between men and women Also present is her classic wit which seethes just below the surface and never makes you outright laugh but evokes


10 thoughts on “Bluebeard's Egg and Other Stories

  1. says:

    If someone were to ask me to encapsulate Margaret Atwood's writing style in three sentences or less I would show them the first two lines of the first story in Bluebeard's Egg When my mother was very small someo

  2. says:

    How I saw Sex And The City 2 after reading Bluebeard's EggCarrie wonders why she's so unhappy She's spent her life pursuing excess and now she's acuired everything on her list She's a famous writer She shares a beautiful apartment in the best part of Manhattan with the handsome successful man she spent years snaring int

  3. says:

    I enjoyed all of these short stories And I'm so happy to be able to write that because the last few short story collections I've read have been uite disappointing with just one or two stories each that was really good But Atwood gives you uality all the wayHer short stories are very character driven They are not necessarily heavy

  4. says:

    No short story collections for me If I'm going to read a short story or a novella I'm going to cherry pick them and not read the wh

  5. says:

    There was once a reuest for a day's absence from office that went like this My wife delivered baby As I am the only father

  6. says:

    I have only read the short story BlueBeard's Egg so far here is what I thought Within the pages of “BlueBeard's Egg” by Margaret Atwood we are introduced into a world of metafiction and intertexuality Atwood spins the re

  7. says:

    35 starsBluebeard’s Egg is a collection that offers up classic Atwood in short story form Some of them were a tad forgettable but always en

  8. says:

    Reinstates my faith in one of my all time favorite writers Am not a fan of the anthology genre and I plunged into this collection due

  9. says:

    Point me to the nearest Lesbian Separatist Feminist Commune will you What a lot of heterosexual angst this book ha

  10. says:

    This collection of short stories has come to represent “comfort” reads to me Many of them feel uite autobiographical and realistic with contemplative notes Included are musings on her parents her childhood motherhood and gender roles They seem to have roots sunk deep in the reality of memory and nostalgia There was none of the touch of surrealism I think I’ve detected in some of her other work and yet als

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