Setting In The Incredible Woman

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In society’s everyday lives, settings are obviously everywhere. They may be the park one had his picnic in or the house where Christmas dinner took place. Time, place and atmosphere, better known as setting, play a part in the emotions one feels. Settings are more important in certain stories than they initially seem to be and same is true for real life. Margaret Atwood’s The Edible Woman, is no exception, for the settings play a big part in the creation of the characters, the development of the plot and the building of themes.

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