Atwood’s novel about maintaining one’s identity tells the story of painter Elaine Risley, who reflects back on her youth and her toxic childhood friendship with a group of three girls.
First, “to assess if robberies and assaults are less likely to be reported when the victim is engaged in crime and if this relationship can be explained by characteristics of the incident, victim, or the victim’s neighborhood and if neighborhood context moderates the effects of offending on reporting” (Berg, Slocum, and Loeber, 2011, p.
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Make a detailed analysis of Plath’s use of symbols in her treatment of the
relationship presented in this poem.
Go on to discuss Plath’s use of symbols in her treatment of relationships in
Discuss Yeats’s treatment of Irish identity in
of the specified poems.