Analysis Of Iris Chase Griffen In The Blind Assassin By Margaret Atwood

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Loss is a very compelling emotion. It fractures people, dementing their personalities that mirror an alien species. They reek of torment and despair while their flesh bleeds rage and motivation. At the crux of Margaret Atwood’s novel is Iris Chase Griffen, who is depicted as a quiet woman who is forced to grow up without the guidance of a paternal figure and as a result, faces the consequences of manipulation and deception by her arranged husband, Richard Griffen. In The Blind Assassin, Iris Chase Griffen spends the remainder of her life seeking true justice for all the lies that brought the once prospering Chase family to its plundering demise.
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