Bluebeard's Egg PDF í Ebook

Bluebeard's Egg PDF í Ebook By turns humorous and warm, stark and frightening, Bluebeard s Egg infuses a Canada of the s, s and s with glowing childhood memories, the harsh realities of parents growing old, and the casual cruelty that men and women inflict on each other Here is the familiar outer world of family summers at remote lakes, winters of political activism, and seasons of exotic friends, mudane lives and unexpected loves But here too is the inner world of hidden places and all that emerges from them the intimately personal, the fantastic and the shockingly realwhether it s what lies in a mysterious locked room or in the secret feelings we all conceal From the Paperback edition

10 thoughts on “Bluebeard's Egg

  1. Madeline Madeline says:

    If someone were to ask me to encapsulate Margaret Atwood s writing style in three sentences or less, I would show them the first two lines of the first story in Bluebeard s Egg When my mother was very small, someone gave her a basket of baby chicks for Easter They all died BOOM Welcome to Margaret Atwood, motherfuckers You re going to like it here Oh, and happy Easter.I ve only read a few of Atwood s short story

  2. Manny Manny says:

    How I saw Sex And The City 2 after reading Bluebeard s EggCarrie wonders why she s so unhappy She s spent her life pursuing excess, and now she s acquired everything on her list She s a famous writer She shares a beautiful apartment in the best part of Manhattan with the handsome, successful man she spent years snaring into marriage She s got a walk in closet full of expensive designer shoes She eats out most evenings at

  3. Maria Maria says:

    I enjoyed all of these short stories And I m so happy to be able to write that, because the last few short story collections I ve read, have been quite disappointing, with just one or two stories each that was really good But Atwood gives you quality all the way.Her short stories are very character driven They are not necessarily heavy on plot, but you get to know some very interesting characters and relationships It s easy to g

  4. Tracey Tracey says:

    Noshort story collections for me If I m going to read a short story or a novella I m going to cherry pick them and not read the whole book , ie I have The birds and other stories by Daphne Du Maurier, I m only going to read The birds I think my problem with them is that they can be so hit and miss I like a couple in this book but that s not enough really Also I like to immerse myself in the story, get to know the characters etc and the

  5. Jordan Jordan says:

    I have only read the short story BlueBeard s Egg so far, here is what I thought Within the pages of BlueBeard s Egg by Margaret Atwood we are introduced into a world of metafiction and intertexuality Atwood spins the retelling of the fairytale of BlueBeard s Egg for the reader Atwood does this through the narration of the man character Sally Atwood wanders down the path of the complexities of the ordinary life, through the inner narration of th

  6. Arun Divakar Arun Divakar says:

    There was once a request for a day s absence from office that went like thisMy wife delivered baby As I am the only father, I request you to declare holiday todayThis at a moment of insane happiness is what a father wrote to his boss asking for a day off What should ideally have been written asI am now a proud father I would like to take a day off and spend time with my family in this time of happiness.This became something totally different in the han

  7. Abbie | ab_reads Abbie | ab_reads says:

    3.5 starsBluebeard s Egg is a collection that offers up classic Atwood in short story form Some of them were a tad forgettable, but always enjoyable when you were doing the actual reading, and there were some truly Atwoodian gems in here..As usual, she provides her unique take on themes such as nature, gender roles, friendships, mother daughter relationships, and of course, the relationship between men and women Also present is her classic wit, which seethes j

  8. Em*bedded-in-books* Em*bedded-in-books* says:

    Reinstates my faith in one of my all time favorite writers Am not a fan of the anthology genre, and I plunged into this collection due to the following reasons Came upon it on storytel while surfing through my next audio to listen, It was by Atwood and it was a long time since I read something by her And I never regretted it.Each story was good in it s own way , and none were less than 4 star material.Am not going to touch upon any story as I feel I am not capable of

  9. Alaina Alaina says:

    Point me to the nearest Lesbian Separatist Feminist Commune, will you What a lot of heterosexual angst this book has The male characters are cads and the women are in love with them and unhappy I realize this is a book of its time, and the stories are about realistic women in realistic situations, but it has not aged well Or maybe I just don t care for Margaret Atwood s writing All of the stories were depressing except the last one, which wasof a personal memory and very swee

  10. Alexa Alexa says:

    This collection of short stories has come to represent comfort reads to me Many of them feel quite autobiographical and realistic, with contemplative notes Included are musings on her parents, her childhood, motherhood, and gender roles They seem to have roots sunk deep in the reality of memory and nostalgia There was none of the touch of surrealism I think I ve detected in some of her other work, and yet also no grim reality either I highly recommend this

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