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dc.contributor.authorFeldman-Kołodziejuk, Ewelina-
dc.identifier.citationIdea. Studia nad strukturą i rozwojem pojęć filozoficznych, vol. 30/2, 2018, s. 137-154pl
dc.description.abstractIn her fifth dystopian novel, The Heart Goes Last, Margaret Atwood portrays North America in the not so far future, in the wake of a global economic crisis. Parts of the country are in the state of complete chaos, subjected to a ruthless gang rule. The solution to the system's breakdown comes in the form of the socio-economic experiment that requires from its participants relinquishing their freedom as every other month they will spend in prison. The seemingly preposterous experimental project enables Atwood to explore principal questions about the limits of our freedom in the times of an economic crisis or a neoliberal model of economy. The satirical form the novel takes, especially towards its end, helps the writer to decry people's over-willingness to give away their freedom and civil liberties in exchange for happy, uninterrupted consumption. The following article aims to demonstrate that the notion of freedom and free will permeate The Heart Goes Last, which is, in that respect, a politically and socially engaged
dc.publisherWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu w Białymstokupl
dc.subjectfree willpl
dc.subjecteconomic crisispl
dc.subjectMargaret Atwoodpl
dc.titleOn freedom in the times of Economic Crisis – A Close Reading Of Margaret Atwood's The Heart Goes Lastpl
dc.description.Biographicalnotemgr Ewelina Feldman-Kołodziejuk is a teacher at the Institute of Modern Languages, at the University of Białystok, where she runs practical grammar and General English courses. She is also a doctoral student working on her dissertation devoted to the fiction of Margaret Atwood. Her primary area of academic interest is North American literature and culture. She is the author of several articles that oscillate around the themes of motherhood and mother-daughter relations. In 2015, she was awarded a scholarship from the Corbridge Trust in
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