The Triple Goddess
Other Plays by Margaret E. Atwood
Atwood, Margaret E. (aka Margaret Eleanor Atwood, playwright, poet, 1939-____), "The Triple Goddess,"
a __-minute drama in English, set in _____, ____,
© 1960 by Margaret E. Atwood;
• in Acta Victoriana, vol. 84, no. 3, April, 1960, ISSN 0700-8406.
• Cited in The Brock Bibliography of Published Canadian Plays in English 1766-1978, edited by Anton Wagner (Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Playwrights Press, 1980), ISBN 0-88754-157-7, ISBN 0-88754-155-0.
_____ (m), __, blind; _____ (f), __, a girl; _____ (f), __, a woman; _____ (f), __, a matron.
“. . . [A] blind man selling pencils hears snatches of conversation between a girl, a woman and a matron.
• "‘A poem for voices’ . . . ."—Brock, 53.
• "Margaret Atwood is an acclaimed and award-winning writer of poetry, criticism, short fiction, and novels. Among her 30-plus books are the Booker Prize-winning The Blind Assassin (Doubleday, 2000), The Robber Bride (Doubleday, 1993), Cat's Eye (Doubleday, 1989), and The Handmaid's Tale (Houghton Mifflin, 1985), which was made into a motion picture. Her most recent novel, Oryx and Crake (Doubleday, 2003), returns to the frightening futuristic landscape The Handmaid's Tale inhabited. . . . Born in Canada and a current resident of Toronto, Atwood received her B.A. from the University of Toronto and her master's from Radcliffe College. She has taught or served as writer-in-residence at a variety of universities in Canada and around the world, including the University of Toronto, the University of British Columbia, the University of Alabama, New York University, and Macquarie University, Australia. She is a former president of the Writers' Union of Canada and of International P.E.N., Canadian Centre. Atwood has received a Guggenheim Fellowship and honorary degrees from Oxford University, Cambridge University, the University of Toronto, Université de Montréal, and Smith College, among others. She received the Centennial Medal from Harvard University in 1990 and the Radcliffe Medal in 2003."--Harvard Gazette: Six men and three women will receive honorary degrees in Harvard's 353rd Commencement Exercises . . . ., http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/2004, accessed February 17, 2006.
blindness, voice, vending, eavesdropping.