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Margaret Atwood Conversations

by Margaret Atwood, Earl G. Ingersoll (Editor)

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Margaret Atwood talks to a host of interviewees, including Joyce Carol Oates and Graeme Gibson, about a range of subjects. She discusses feminism, Canadian literature, the differences between novels and poetry, how she started writing and who it is she feels she writes for.

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