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Margaret atwood: spotty-handed villainesses, 1994 noel pearson: an australian history for us all, 1996 william deane: it is still winter at home, 1999. De los once recursos intertextuales empleados por margaret atwood según el en spotty-handed villainesses atwood ofrece respuestas a una serie de. Margaret atwood was born in 1939 in ottawa and grew up in northern ontario, quebec, and toronto she received her undergraduate degree.
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