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"Through a Glass Darkly": fields of vision, identity and metaphor in Margaret Atwood's 'Cat's Eye' and Shakespeare's 'King Lear'

MacMurraugh-Kavanagh, M. (1997) "Through a Glass Darkly": fields of vision, identity and metaphor in Margaret Atwood's 'Cat's Eye' and Shakespeare's 'King Lear'. The British Journal of Canadian Studies, 12 (1). pp. 78-91.

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Item Type:Article
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Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > Language Text and Power
ID Code:67349

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