Hairball's Kat Analysis

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“Hairball’s Kat by Margaret Atwood is under the appearance of power over any obstacle that comes her way. First, she is unhappy about herself and is constantly changing to fit her situation. She thinks, “she had become a creator…it was like being God” (34), constantly and continuously changing herself. Starting off as a sweet child named Katherine, entering her teen years as a bouncy Kathy, heading off to university with a “Kath” reading ID card, and finally, running to the posh life of a feline named Kat. She’s always wanted to feel powerful, starting with the easiest thing to change, herself. Then, she found the hustle and bustle of Canadian fashion. Taking control over this magazine she’s just joined and fighting with the directors, “you’re

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