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Guest Post: Re-mythologizing Myths and Fairy Tales in Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing

Re-mythologizing Myths and Fairy Tales in Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing Carla Scarano D’Antonio ‘This above all, to refuse to be a victim’ Surfacing A quest of personal and national identity is at the core of Margaret Atwood’s novel Surfacing, published in … Continue reading

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Re-mythologizing Myths and Fairy tales in Atwood’s Surfacing

Carla Scarano D’Antonio (University of Reading) Re-mythologizing Myths and Fairy tales: Surfacing (1972) by Margaret Atwood Myth Reading Group Wednesday 23 January 2019 5.00 – 6.30 pm Room NTC.2.05 This session on Surfacing (1972) will explore how Margaret Atwood uses … Continue reading

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Windigos, Wingigog and Windikouk

Myth Reading Group Wednesday 31 October 2018 5.00 – 6.00 pm Room NTC.2.05 This week Léna Remy-Kovach (University of Freiburg) will join us by Skype to lead a session on Windigos, Wingigog and Windikouk.   Léna Remy-Kovach, Windigos, Wingigog and … Continue reading

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Thursday 28 May: The Singing River of Pascagoula

This week Brittany Kuhn introduces a discussion of the Singing River of Mississippi and the Pascagoula tribe: “The Singing River: All for Love or Love for All?” Click here to see our Poster: P-Singing River Myth Reading Group Thursday 28 … Continue reading

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