Margaret Atwood

General Studies

DAVISON, Carol Margaret. “Margaret Atwood.” Gothic Writers: A Critical and Bibliographical Guide. Eds. Douglass H. Thomson, Jack G. Voller and Frederick S. Frank. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001. 24-33. [GGIII: 3307]
GILLESPIE, Tracey. “Elements of the Gothic in the Novels of Margaret Atwood.” Master’s Thesis, University of Alberta , 1990. [GGIII: 3308]
GOLDMAN, Marlene. "Canadian Female Gothic on the Foreign Border: Margaret Atwood's Bodily Harm and Karen Connelly's Burmese Lessons." University of Toronto Quarterly: A Canadian Journal of the Humanities 82.2 (2013): 225-41.
HAMMILL, Faye. "'Death by Nature': Margaret Atwood and Wilderness Gothic." Gothic Studies 5:2 (2003): 47-63. [GGIV: 0000]
KIRTZ, Mary Krywokulsky. “Mapping the Territory: Figurative Modes of Didacticism in the Novels of Margaret Atwood.” Dissertation Abstracts International 45 (1985): 2531A (Case-Western Reserve University). [GGII: 0810] .
MANDEL, Eli. “Atwood Gothic.” Malahat Review: An International Quarterly of Life and Letters 41 (1977): 165-174. [GGI: 1294].
MANSEL, Eli. “Atwood’s Poetic Politics.” Margaret Atwood: Language, Text, and System. Eds, Sherill E. Grace and Lorraine Weir. Vancouver, Canada: British Columbia UP, 1983. 53-66. [GGII: 0813].
MCCOMBS, Judith. “‘Up in the Air so Blue’: Vampire and Victims, Great Mother Myth, and Gothic Allegory in Margaret Atwood’s First Unpublished Novel.” Century Review 33 (1989): 251-257. [GGII: 0814].
MCKINSTRY, Susan Jaret. “Living Literally by the Pen: The Self-Conceived and Self-Deceiving Heroine Au-thor in Margaret Atwood’s Lady Oracle.” Margaret Atwood: Reflection and Reality. Eds. Beatrice Mendez-Egle, James M. Haule. Edinburg: Pan American University, 1987. 58-70. [GGII: 0815].
MCMILLAN, Ann. “The Transforming Eye: Lady Oracle and the Gothic Tradition.” Margaret Atwood: Vision and Forms. Eds. Kathryn Van Spanckeren, Jan Gorden Castro. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, 1988. 48-64. [GGII: 0816].
POZNAR, Susan. “The Totemic Image and the ‘‘’bodies’ of the Gothic in Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s Eye.” Year Book of Comparative and General Literature 47 (1999): 81-107. [GGIII: 3315]
ROCARD, Marcienne. “Approche gothique du pay-sage canadien: ‘Death by Landscape’ de Margaret Atwood.” Caliban 33 (1996): 14-156. [Gothic Approach to the Canadian Landscape].
ROSOWSKI, Susan J. “Margaret Atwood’s Lady Oracle: Social Mythology and the Gothic Novel.” Research Studies 49 (1981): 87-98. [GGI: 1298].
SHAPIRA, Yael. "Hairball Speaks: Margaret Atwood and the Narrative Legacy of the Female Grotesque." Narrative 18.1 (2010): 51-72.
SIKORA, Tomasz. "'Murderous Pleasures': The (Female) Gothic and the Death Drive in Selected Short Stories by Margaret Atwood, Isabel Huggan and Alice Munro." Eds. P. M. Mehtonen and Matti Savolainen. Ashgate, 2013. 203-216.
STAELS, Hilde. "Parodic Border Crossings in the Robber Bride." Eds. J. Brooks Bouson and Sarah Graham. Continuum Studies in Contemporary North American Fiction, 2010. 36-49.
STEIN, Karen F. Margaret Atwood Revisited. New York : Twayne, 1999. [GGIII: 3318]
STOVEL, Nora Foster. “Reflections on Mirror Images: Double and Identity in the Novels of Margaret Atwood.” Essays on Canadian Writing 33 91986): 50-67. [GGII: 0817] .
SZALAY, Edina. “The Gothic as Maternal Legacy in Margaret Atwood’s Lady Oracle.” Neohelicon 28:1 (2001): 216-33. [GGIII: 3320]
TENNANT, Colette Giles. “Margaret Atwood’s Transformed and Transforming Gothic.” Dissertation Abstracts International 52 (1992): 3289A (Ohio State University). [GGII: 0818] .
TENNANT, Colette. Reading the Gothic in the First Seven Novels of Margaret Atwood. Lewiston. NY: Edwin Mellen Press. 2004. [GGIV: 000]
TOLAN, Fiona. “Sucking the Blood Out of Second Wave Feminism: Postfeminist Vampirism in Margaret Atwood‘s The Robber Bride.” Gothic Studies 9:2 (2007): 45-57. [GGIV: 0000]
VAN VUREN, Darlene. “The Seduction of Genre: A Study of Organic Narrative Techniques in the Novels of Margaret Atwood.” Dissertation Abstracts International 60:1 (1998): 137A (University of Pretoria). [GGIII: 3322]
VINCENT, Sybil Korff. “The Mirror and the Cameo: Margaret Atwood’s Comic/Gothic Novel, Lady Oracle.” Female Gothic. Ed. Juliann E. Fleenor. Montreal Canada: Eden Press, 1983. 153-163. [GGII: 0819] .