Published in 1971, Atwood's poetry collection entitled Power Politics offers another study in the decay of a relationship amid the various miscommunications and misunderstandings that plague them. The female speaker of the poems, initially relishing her self-proclaimed victim status, gradually moves beyond such defeatism by deconstructing the myths that distort the ways men and women see one another.
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