Happy Endings by Margaret Atwood caught my attention based on two things; its content and structure. It was set up in a unique way that I never seen before. Being able to create so many different bodies having already a happy ending was kinda fascinating. The tragedies that were displayed also impressed me because I was able to actually gain a mentally picture of what really took place.
Also, Atwood’s ability to fit such concise information into such a small paragraph was also impressive. Not having things drawn out but instead detailing the main points of the story and the moral of your story in such small sequence is a stellar achievement. Every detail in my opinion was easy to comprehend and Atwood did a good job in making that possible.
Happy Endings was my preferred favorite of all four short stories and I hope to read many more text with such unique writing style.