Bodily Harm

Bodily Harm

Book - 1998
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Rennie Wilford is a freelance journalist who takes an assignment in the Caribean in the hopes of recuperating from her recently shattered life. On the tiny island of St. Antoine, she tumbles into a corrupt world where no one is what they seem, where her rules for survival no longer apply.
Publisher: Toronto, ON : McClelland and Stewart, ©1998, ©1981
ISBN: 9780771008375
0771008376
Branch Call Number: +F ATW
Characteristics: 301 p. ; . 24 cm.

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lisahiggs
Jun 12, 2011

Atwood’s early fiction seems to often be about people who are intensely uncomfortable, and it’s tough to spend time with them. From now on I’m going to try to stick to Atwood’s invigorating speculative fiction.

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vwruleschick
May 30, 2011

It was an interesting start to this novel, however I did not connect well to the main character or any of them, come to think about it. It was a quick read about a young woman who just had a mastectomy and how she is coping with relationship with men. While she runs away to find herself, she stumbles on to a Caribbean island where things are not always what they seem. Local politics get hot and she seems to be in the "stink" of it all.

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