True Stories

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Oxford University Press, 1981 - Canadian poetry - 103 pages
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This book is Margaret Atwood's ninth collection of poems.

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User Review  - Alexa - Goodreads

A beautiful collection of poetry, spanning love, politics, and death, in a way that spoke to me much more than her previous poetry has. This feels to me like a more mature Margaret Atwood, one who ... Read full review

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User Review  - Johanna Haas - Goodreads

The first third are personal messages to people I don't know - perhaps her husband, daughter, mother, or friend. The second third are women's horror stories. The third is miscellany and I like it best. Read full review


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Author of more than 40 books, Margaret Atwood has won as many awards, including the Union Poetry Prize (Chicago), the Bess Hoskins Prize (Chicago), the Radcliffe Graduate Medal, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Welsh Arts Council International Writers Prize, the Los Angeles Times Fiction Writers Award, the Ritz Hemingway Prize (Paris), the Arthur C. Clarke Award for best Science Fiction, the John Hughes Prize of the Welsh Development Board, and a Centennial Medal from Harvard University. Herwork has been translated into more than sixteen languages.

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