Parody in the Three Novels by Margaret Atwood
|Course||English Language and Literature|
|Keywords||Margaret Atwood Parody Emerge The Handmaid's Tale Alias ??Grace Subversion|
Parody with duplication of critical distance , on the basis of similarity to reflect the difference between the original and pastiche , this difference tends to pass through satire . The parody features are in the process of re- interpretation of the classic game text and challenge the official discourse , thus becoming an important text both deconstruction and construction strategy in the postmodern context . Margaret Atwood known as the \Her works often use parody , this paper aims to analyze her \By going beyond the boundaries of the genre , she subverts the dualistic thinking inherent in the traditional genre , giving the edge to the right to speak . This thesis comprises five chapters . The first chapter briefly describes the life of Margaret Atwood , literature, review her work (especially the three novels ) research situation and outlines the development and evolution of the theory of parody . Chapter II exploration Surfacing \Chapter pointed out that Atwood parody aimed ideological factors in the deconstruction of traditional genres , the works in the postmodern context of Health issued a new meaning of the text as well as to promote the idea of harmonious co-existence between the sexes and between countries .