Voices of Silent Women in Margaret Eleanor Atwood's


  • Dr. Hardev kaur
  • Amani Akram Yahya


This research article is a modest attempt to focus on Margaret Atwood, the author of one of the most prominent polyphiloprognostic feminists. They spend their lives selflessly through their writings. Atwood's writings eradicated the prominent forms, faces, subjects, situations, and milieu of women throughout history. This research paper focuses on how Atwood chose her literature as a powerful medium to give voice to women in the world. This research article advances the idea that learned writers who are women tend to generalize about women in distress throughout their novels. In conclusion, this research article culminates in that Atwood has created an altruistic universe for the novel, where we can find answers to life's problems and shape our true selves.