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"Tricks With Mirrors" by Margaret Atwood
Tricks With Mirrors
by Margaret Atwood
In Part I of Tricks With Mirrors, Atwood uses a seemingly vague introduction to the subject matter, but gets straight to the point. Within five lines, she distinctly identifies her role as a mirror as she says, "I enter with you and become a mirror," (4-5). She gives the impression that she is merely an object in this relationship. She is a mirror through which her self-absorbed lover may view himself. "Mirrors are the perfect lovers," she states (6-7). They show a constant and loyal reflection to whoever may stand in front of them. She is objectif…
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