Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Top-of-the-head riffs, the majority occupying a peculiar middle ground between fiction and allegory, from the Canadian novelist (Oryx and Crake, 2003, etc.).Most are a mere few pages, some are as short as a single paragraph, and all are as slight as their length suggests. Atwood's sardonic humor flashes from time to time—"We've erected a few ruins, but they are not convincing, even from a ... Read full review

Review: The Tent

Editorial Review - - Bronwyn Miller

Never one to rest on her artistic laurels, Margaret Atwood, author of THE BLIND ASSASSIN and THE HANDMAID'S TALE, has compiled a clever sketchbook of images and ideas; short, imaginative prose pieces, one longform poem, all complemented by her own illustrations. Poking fun at the archaic views of conventions such as motherhood, science and love, Atwood turns these ideas on their ear, as in her ... Read full review

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