Cat's Eye by Margaret Atwood (Book Analysis)

Cat's Eye by Margaret Atwood (Book Analysis)

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This engaging summary presents an analysis of Cat’s Eye by Margaret Atwood, which follows the acclaimed painter Elaine Risley as she returns to her native Toronto for a retrospective of her work. Hanging over her visit is the shadow of her relationship with Cordelia, who viciously bullied her when they were both children, with lasting effects on Elaine and her ability to bond with other women. She finds herself reflecting on their shared past and on the troubles Cordelia has faced in the intervening years: indeed, while Elaine has seemingly flourished, Cordelia has been plagued my mental illness and often finds herself lonely and isolated. The novel is a vivid meditation on memory, the lasting effects of childhood trauma and the power of the past to shape the present.

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Publication date
May 20, 2019
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