An Endless Cycle: Cat's Eye by Margaret Atwood Essay - In everyday life, people face difficult situations. These situations span a wide spectrum of severity, but they are common occurrences for all. Some people are more adept at handling these problems and finding solutions.
Atwood's taut and exquisite use of language makes all her books irresistable. Margaret Atwood charts the psychological process of memory as compulsion and memory as a healing act through the character of Elaine Risley, an artist who returns to her home town of Toronto for a retrospective of her work.