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(29) Coral Ann Howells, 'The Figure of the Demonic Woman in Margaret Atwood's The Robber Bride', in Shirin Kudchedkar, ed., Postmodernism and Feminism: Canadian Contexts (Delhi: Pencraft, 1995), p.
by Purabi Panwar (New Delhi: Pencraft, 2003); and Joan Cocks, 'A New Cosmopolitanism?
alphabet, which laid the foundation of all the pencraft he has ever acquired.'
The title alone is already characteristic of Katz's pencraft. "The Happiness Game" refers at once to American radio broadcaster Ted Malone's February 1948 experiment of inviting audience participation by mail; the social-scientific project--even more relevant today than it was in 1950--of studying what happiness means for different people and nations and, of course, for life itself.