A Senhora Oráculo
Publish date: 2009
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Not my favourite and so many years since I read it there were only a very few pages I had any memory of. Still a really interesting read and mixes so many different genre styles and themes, covert as well as overt! I read this really quickly so I obviously found it hard to put down. However at botto...
I love this book as much as Cat's Eye even though I can only give it 4stars. I believe this one is even better because it has humorous sides whereas cat's eye is mainly grey and gloomy.
I remember liking this book when I first read it, but honestly couldn't tell you what it was about, which just goes to show how much it stuck with me.
[These notes were made in 1982:]. Although still contemptuous of Canadian literature in general (old habits die hard), I find I begin to appreciate certain particular authors, and Margaret Atwood is definitely one of them. She has the uncanny knack of making each of her novels seem autobiographical...
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