Lady Oracle by Margaret Atwood is a novel that tells the journey a woman takes from her teenage years until the present through her own thoughts and recollections. The protagonist, Joan Foster, is plagued by the memories and results of her mother's mental and emotional abuse. Joan does her best to change her interior and exterior appearance so people don't find out the secrets of her past, of which she is very ashamed. By the
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cannot be changed, things that can be changed, things to be remembered and things to be forgotten. The author of this novel tries to make the reader understand these things and accept them, and also tries to give an idea of what to remember, what to forget and what to change. The main theme, love and accept yourself for what you are, is clearly conveyed through the protagonists thoughts, actions and growth throughout the novel.