Evaluate Elizabeth Bradys contention in Towards a Happier History (1975) that Margaret Atwood examines several different female roles in The Edible Woman (e.g., woman as underpaid worker divorced from production, woman as a lover [or] mistress alienated from her emotions, woman as mother [or] wife whose capacity for maternity subverts everything that falls outside her reproductive function, etc.), only to reject each of these roles … systematically (30).

Evaluate Elizabeth Bradys contention in Towards a Happier History (1975) that Margaret Atwood examines several different female roles in The Edible Woman (e.g., woman as underpaid worker divorced from production, woman as a lover [or] mistress alienated from her emotions, woman as mother [or] wife whose capacity for maternity subverts everything that falls outside her reproductive function, etc.), only to reject each of these roles … systematically (30).