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Blind Assassin, The - Margaret Atwood Reviews

Blind Assassin

Oct 15, 2016 11:53 PM Read

Really one can value the examining of book. Never feel bore when you are understanding it. This is my tenth Atwood book, and it's shockingly better than any of the others I've gotten a kick out of. The degree and mix of her work is shocking, yet here, she finishes that inside the fronts of a ...Read More

Blind minds peoples

Sep 05, 2016 02:47 PM Read

This book for those who want to be create a bright mind.Then they want to open mind from blind assassin.and create a great personality.and also the label of this book are so amazing.which completely shows all the story word by word.Great uses of different vocabulary. and easily to manage and sho...Read More

Awsome

Sep 01, 2016 10:53 PM Read

This book is very interesting hats off to the author which thought he write is awesome is really great book which I read ever I love the taught specially there is amoral lesson for reader that is great I am pleased to say that please read its not a time wasting its an lesson for readers.speciall...Read More

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Never feel bore when you are understanding it.

Feb 23, 2016 03:47 PM Read

Really one can welcome the scrutinizing of book. Never feel bore when you are understanding it. This is my tenth Atwood book, and it's shockingly better than any of the others I've gotten a kick out of. The degree and blend of her work is surprising, yet here, she performs that inside of t...Read More

Margaret Atwood on The Blind Assassin – Guardian b

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Writing The Blind Assassin was a start-and-stop process. My First idea was to write about the generations of my grandmother and my mother, which together spanned the entire 20th century. They lived through the first world war and the second world war, both of which made a huge impact in Canada. ...Read More

 
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Lovely book this is

20 days ago Read (via Mobile)

Very interesting and useful book this one, one who want learn something from this book can buy this from book store or buy online but money not gone wast for this one, my personal experience about this book is that very very useful book is this good one this one

THIS BOOK IS JUST OUT OF THE WORLD.

Jan 22, 2017 11:33 AM Read (via Mobile)

Margaret Atwood takes the art of storytelling to new heights in a dazzling new novel that unfolds layer by astonishing layer and concludes in a brilliant and wonderfully satisfying twist. This is the first book I have dog-eared since I was a child. I generally find such behavior to be shamefu...Read More

Gradual Revelation

Sep 22, 2016 11:44 AM Read

This novel takes the form of a gradual revelation illuminating both Iris's youth and her old age before coming to the pivotal events of her and Laura's lives around the time of the Second World War. As the novel unfolds, and the novel-within-a-novel becomes ever more obviously inspired by real e...Read More

Amazingly Perceptive

Feb 02, 2006 11:31 AM Read

This is one of the better books I've read, period. I found The Blind Assassin through Time Magazine’s list of 100 greatest novels and moved her to the front of my reading list because she is one of the few surviving authors included. I highly recommend it. I can't disagree with any of t...Read More

Long Ago on Planet Zycron.....

Jun 11, 2004 11:45 AM Read

After a long hiatus, I’m back with a review. Was suffering from the incurable writer’s block and today after seeing Faisal’s mail (shopping mall@MS-aint’t it cool!!), I decided that come what may I need to post this review before I am drawn into a vortex of inactivity. ...Read More

IWonderWhoWasTheBlindOne!!!

Aug 04, 2003 01:07 AM Read

It is always a pleasure to read one of Margaret Atwood's Books. In Canada, she is considered one of our National Treasures. The Blind Assassin, is a Novel, that takes place in Canada, between WW I and WW II. A Taste Of The Plot Iris Griffen decides to write the history of her Family. Ir...Read More

Sto(sto(stories)ries)ries

Dec 07, 2001 05:09 PM Read

Maybe it's been fashionable for a while now to write with a multiple perspective, but Atwood does it as well as anyone I've read. It's not the first time for her either - The Handmaid's Tale, Alias Grace, The Robber Bride and others all have elements of the ''story within a story''. In The Bl...Read More

Enigma of Social Incongruity

May 16, 2001 07:30 AM Read

I took a hot shower and a late breakfast after finishing reading ''The Blind Assassin''. I had started reading it the previous night. I closed my eyes and soon the angel of sleep caressed my eyelids and I was sedated into a deep slumber. Slowly the characters of the book started to haunt me one ...Read More

Blind Assassin, The - Margaret Atwood

Aug 18, 2017 11:59 AM Read

I have admit, I do not get Margret Atwood's books but I pretty sure but igot Blind Assassin.Otherwise how can I express feeling of sadness that is overwhelming me right now? Its hard to express what exactly this book about synopsis you read doesn't do  its justice and explains nothing.while p...Read More

Blind Assasin: Is One Of The Novel

Jun 14, 2017 01:05 PM Read

Indeed a very good book, a must read for all, liked the novels protagonist very much Iris chase, and her sister Laura, BOTH grew up well but they don't have mother iris being a old women recalls her memories of childhood youth and middle age, including her unhappy marriage to toronto business...Read More

Blind Assassin

Feb 01, 2017 11:02 AM Read

Hello guys today I am sharing my views regarding this book is Blind Assassin written by the Margaret Atwood. you will never feel bored when if you understand it. The degree and blend of her work is surprising . In this book the acing is flawess. It will never feel bored when I started read this ...Read More

Prize winning book

Aug 10, 2016 11:53 PM Read

Atwood's Booker Prize-winning novel is a slow and melancholy downward movement, one in which the melancholy becomes cumulative. despite the sad and tragic tone, there are many paths to pure enjoyment present: through the precise, judgmental, drily amusing recollections of the narrator as she rec...Read More

GREAT NOVEL

Aug 01, 2016 06:53 PM Read

Atwood's Booker Prize-winning novel is a slow and melancholy downward movement, one in which the melancholy becomes cumulative. despite the sad and tragic tone, there are many paths to pure enjoyment present: through the precise, judgmental, drily amusing recollections of the narrator as she rec...Read More

Really good book

Jun 18, 2016 03:27 PM Read

I liked it!The novel's protagonist, Iris Chase, and her sister Laura, grow up well-off but motherless in a small town in Southern Ontario. As an old woman, Iris recalls the events and relationships of her childhood, youth and middle age, including her unhappy marriage to Toronto businessman Rich...Read More

BLIND ASSASSIN

Apr 17, 2016 07:05 PM Read

Never feel bore when you This is my tenth Atwood book, and it's shockingly superior to any of the others I've gotten a kick out of. The degree and combination of her work is astounding, yet here, she accomplishes that within the fronts of a lone book: it should be racked as chronicled fiction...Read More


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