It does not present a single story; instead, it is a compilation of eight well-crafted short stories written between the years and that intertwine and combine into a single narrative, working as a whole without losing the essential independence of the parts The Oxford English Dictionary defines symbols as, "something that stands for, represents, or denotes something else not by exact resemblance, but by vague suggestion, or by some accidental or conventional relation " reference.
Laurence creates a character with lubricious desires and profane ways that are regarded as socially unacceptable by adult female in her society.Adaptions of many of her works have been made for radio, television and stage. These stories are different from the tales told by Christie, or the accounts found in history books in that they express a different vision of the past. It has ever since then been considered a classic of Canadian Literature, despite the bans it faced in numerous high schools after being labeled as blasphemous by some Christian groups. The Diviners. The story is told through another girl, Vanessa, who comes in contact with Piquette through her father. Morag is struck by the realization that there is no single version of the truth, but rather, many truths. They moved to Accra, Ghana in with their 2- month old daughter Jocelyn, who was born in England. She soon recognizes a silent ally in Jules Tonnerre, a youth in her school. They ultimately achieve the highest humanity by discovering the divinity within. Christie and Prin provide Morag with a room of her own where she can write herself to sleep when attacked by a spell of the Hill Street blues, because Christie teaches her how to transform garbage into gold. Enough to give a sense of what attracted Brooke. In the manuscript, Morag wonders whether she did it just to get the plot for a new novel. Her heroines rediscover themselves through humility, compassion and creativity. The Diviners is the culmination of her literary career which she calls her spiritual autobiography.
It posits a mode to cope with the Canadian dilemma of identity. Feminist literature is a canonical text, which portrays the sufferings of women, insists on the need for protecting their rights and suggests means on their emancipation Laurence notes: Plots of her novels have been cut entirely.
Morag grows up in Manawaka, a small Manitoba town. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, However, at a deeper level, Morag, forty-seven and an established writer, is faced with another and more serious crisis that is caused by her inability to apprehend clearly the precise significance of herself and her work in relation to everything else.
Margaret Laurence shows the complexness of adult females through the contrast of lower status and assurance seen in Morag Gunn.