Analysis Of Again Calls The Owl By Margaret Craven

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Again Calls the Owl is a memoir written by Margaret Craven, about her life as a struggling author. Again calls the Owl takes place in the 1920’s, when Margaret Craven graduates from Stanford University. In the book, Margaret Craven also tells about different jobs she had when first starting out. Margaret Craven wanting to become a writer despite being blind works hard and perseveres through difficult times and wrote of an important time in her life while teaching a lesson to all of her readers.
Again Calls the Owl is classified as a memoir because it is told in the first person point of view, is written like a fiction story, and teaches a lesson. For example, “We must return to our roots, our own safety and integrity, and I think this is beginning

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