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  • I love to read Margaret Atwood�s novels, she makes the reader feel that they are right there in the Victorian world in this story, thus immerging them thoroughly in her novels and the reader feels like they cannot put her books down until the very last page

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      I love to read Margaret Atwood�s novels, she makes the reader feel that they are right there in the Victorian world in this story, thus immerging them thoroughly in her novels and the reader feels like

      they cannot put her books down until the very last page. And even then they are left panting for more like a lovesick puppy. Alias Grace is a fiction account of the story of ...

      • Grace Marks. She is the equivalent of Canada�s Lizzie Borden. Grace has no memory of the celebrated murders she is convicted of and imprisoned for. Suddenly an American Doctor shows up and gets
        the whole story out of her. While you are reading Grace�s story it is almost like you yourself are actually living the life of a lower-class Victorian woman and suffering all of her traumas along with her.



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