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Title: Survival of the Artist in Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s
Authors: Hafezikermani, Ehsan
Fazli, Roshanak
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Khazar University Press
Series/Report no.: Volume 16;Number 4
Abstract: “Somewhere, on the edge of consciousness, there is what I call a mythical norm, which each one of us within our heart knows that is not true. In America, this norm is usually defined as white, thin, male, young, heterosexual, Christian, and financially secure. Those of us who stand outside that power often identify one way in which we are different, and we assume that to be the primary cause of all oppression, forgetting other distortions around difference, some of which we ourselves may be practicing.” (Lorde, 631)
ISSN: 2223-2621
Appears in Collections:2013, Vol. 16, № 4

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