British Journal of Canadian Studies

'I LOOK AT IT AND SEE MY LIFE ENTIRE': LANGUAGE, THIRD-EYE VISION AND PAINTING IN MARGARET ATWOOD'S CAT'S EYE

British Journal of Canadian Studies (2004), 17, (2), 210–222.

Abstract

'If a man who catches fish is a fisher, what's a man who catches bugs?' she says . . . 'A bugger' I say. 'Is that what you think of your own father? He's an entomologist stupid. You should be ashamed.'1

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Massoura, Kiriaki