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Studies in Canadian Literature, ISSN 0380-6995, 2014, Volume 39, Issue 1, pp. 199 - 218
Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam trilogy has met with popular acclaim and generated considerable scholarly interest since the 2003 publication of its first volume, Oryx and Crake... 
LITERATURE, AFRICAN, AUSTRALIAN, CANADIAN | Canadian literature | ecology | dystopian novel | Oryx and Crake | science | survival | animals | 1900-1999 | Atwood, Margaret | novel | human beings | Criticism | Dehumanization | Analysis | Criticism and interpretation | Women novelists
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CANADIAN LITERATURE, ISSN 0008-4360, 2015, Volume 226, Issue 226, pp. 18 - 33
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Studies in the novel, ISSN 1934-1512, 2011, Volume 43, Issue 4, pp. 470 - 489
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Altre Modernità, ISSN 2035-7680, 2013, Volume 9, Issue 9, pp. 38 - 52
Margaret Atwood s Oryx and Crake (2003) and The Year of the Flood (2009) are the first and second novels in an as-yet-unfinished trilogy... 
boundary | Canadian literature | environmental crisis | Oryx and Crake | the posthuman | 1900-1999 | Atwood, Margaret | novel | postapocalyptic world | The Year of the Flood | Jacques Derrida | animot | Margaret Atwood | posthumanism | dystopian fiction
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Society & Animals, ISSN 1063-1119, 2009, Volume 17, Issue 3, pp. 241 - 256
...© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/156853009X445406 Society and Animals 17 (2009) 241-256 brill.nl/soan Oryx and Crake and the New Nostalgia... 
Nature | Oryx and crake | Margaret atwood | Nostalgia | Cruelty | Human-animal relations | In vitro meat | Slaughter | Meat | Vegetarianism | nostalgia | human-animal relations | cruelty | Oryx and Crake | meat | VETERINARY SCIENCES | in vitro meat | Margaret Atwood | slaughter | vegetarianism | SOCIOLOGY | Canadian literature | 1900-1999 | eating | Atwood, Margaret | animal-human relations | novel
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CANADIAN LITERATURE, ISSN 0008-4360, 2010, Volume 206, Issue 206, pp. 61 - 72
Seeking a firm basis for optimism in Oryx and Crake (2003) is indeed a difficult and dubious task when we consider that the novel has prompted a veritable flood of reviews and articles brimming with apocalyptic dread... 
LITERATURE, AFRICAN, AUSTRALIAN, CANADIAN | Liminality | Twentieth Century | Authors | Oryx and Crake | English Literature | Ecology | Atwood, Margaret | Canadian literature | ecocritical approach | 1900-1999 | novel | Context (Linguistics) | Style, Literary | Analysis | Portrayals | Turner, Victor | Footprints | Websites | Atwood, Margaret (1939- )
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EXTRAPOLATION, ISSN 0014-5483, 2004, Volume 45, Issue 2, pp. 162 - 175
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2016, ISBN 9781137553669, 208 pages
... by Margaret Atwood, David Mitchell, Cormac McCarthy, Jeanette Winterson, Colson Whitehead, and Paolo Bacigalupi... 
2000 - 2099 | American fiction | End of the world in literature | History and criticism | Apocalypse in literature | Literature-History and criticism
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Milton studies, ISSN 0076-8820, 1/2015, Volume 56, Issue 1, pp. 115 - 150
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Journal of Literary Studies, ISSN 0256-4718, 01/2017, Volume 33, Issue 1, pp. 121 - 137
...) makes a convincing case for the neomedievalism of the corporation-dominated pre-apocalyptic world in Oryx and Crake, Atwood's post-apocalyptic world can perhaps more aptly be described... 
CRAKE | LITERATURE | LITERARY THEORY & CRITICISM | ORYX | OF-THE-FLOOD | Canadian literature | Oryx and Crake | MaddAddam | 1900-1999 | Atwood, Margaret | novel | postapocalyptic world | The Year of the Flood | Verfremdung
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Marvels & tales, ISSN 1521-4281, 1/2019, Volume 33, Issue 2, pp. 259 - 282
...). But reading the novel's female protagonist, Oryx, through the lens of Atwood's recurring Cinderella motif, a two-pronged overlap between fairy tale and novel emerges... 
ARTICLES | Cinderella (Tale) | Sex role in literature | Intertextuality | Atwood, Margaret | Women | Fairy tales | Consciousness | Narratives | Eye fixation | Atwood, Margaret (1939- ) | Pornography & obscenity
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Tamkang Review, ISSN 0049-2949, 06/2011, Volume 41, Issue 2, pp. 3 - 20
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Papers on Language and Literature, ISSN 0031-1294, 2005, Volume 41, Issue 2, pp. 170 - 195
DiMarco comments on Margaret Atwood's novel Oryx and Crake. Atwood's novel critiques modernity's commitment to homo faber--he who labors to use every instrument... 
LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | LITERARY THEORY & CRITICISM | LITERATURE | Twentieth Century | Work Ethic | Modernity | Technology | Authors | Oryx and Crake | English Literature | Atwood, Margaret | Canadian literature | social progress | capitalism | moral compromise | utopianism | 1900-1999 | novel | Works | Novelists | Literary criticism | Novels | Writers | Atwood, Margaret (1939- )
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Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, ISSN 0011-1619, 08/2018, Volume 59, Issue 4, pp. 492 - 508
The essay argues that the Crakers-genetically modified human beings appearing in Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam trilogy-should be seen not only as a result of techno-scientific brilliance but also... 
avant-garde | transgenic art | Margaret Atwood | genetic engineering | MaddAddam | LITERATURE | Oryx and Crake | English literature | the posthuman | The Island of Dr. Moreau | 1900-1999 | 1800-1899 | Wells, H. G | Canadian literature | Frankenstein | artistic creativity | Atwood, Margaret | novel | Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft | Genetic Engineering | Twentieth Century | Authors | English Literature | Aesthetics | Posthumanism | The Year of the Flood
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