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Margaret Atwood

Author of The Handmaid's Tale

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About the Author

Margaret Atwood was born on November 18, 1939 in Ottawa, Canada. She received a B.A. from Victoria College, University of Toronto in 1961 and an M.A. from Radcliff College in 1962. Her first book of verse, Double Persephone, was published in 1961 and was awarded the E. J. Pratt Medal. She has show more published numerous books of poetry, novels, story collections, critical work, juvenile work, and radio and teleplays. Her works include The Journals of Susanna Moodie, Power Politics, Cat's Eye, The Robber Bride, Morning in the Buried House, the MaddAdam trilogy, and The Heart Goes Last. She has won numerous awards including the Prince of Asturias Award for Literature, the Booker Prize in 2000 for The Blind Assassin, the Giller Prize and the Premio Mondello for Alias Grace, and the Governor General's Award in 1966 for The Circle Game and in 1986 for The Handmaid's Tale, which also won the very first Arthur C. Clarke Award in 1987. She won the PEN Pinter prize in 2016 for her political activism. She was awarded the 2016 PEN Pinter Prize for the outstanding literary merit of her body of work. (Bowker Author Biography) show less
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Series

Works by Margaret Atwood

The Handmaid's Tale (1985) 41,840 copies
Oryx and Crake (2003) 16,848 copies
The Blind Assassin (2000) 16,361 copies
Alias Grace (1996) 11,735 copies
Cat's Eye (1988) 9,064 copies
The Robber Bride (1993) 7,362 copies
The Year of the Flood (2009) 7,219 copies
The Testaments (2019) 5,984 copies
Surfacing (1972) 4,303 copies
The Edible Woman (1969) 4,010 copies
MaddAddam (2013) 3,492 copies
Lady Oracle (1976) 2,965 copies
The Heart Goes Last (2015) 2,559 copies
Wilderness Tips (1991) 2,238 copies
Hag-Seed (2016) 2,198 copies
Life Before Man (1979) 1,943 copies
Bodily Harm (1981) 1,912 copies
Stone Mattress: Nine Tales (2014) 1,591 copies
Dancing Girls and Other Stories (1977) 1,403 copies
The Tent (2006) 1,211 copies
Morning in the Burned House (1995) 588 copies
Good Bones (1992) 535 copies
Dearly: New Poems (2020) 518 copies
Selected Poems: 1965-1975 (1976) 385 copies
My Evil Mother (2022) 368 copies
Angel Catbird Volume 1 (2016) 330 copies
Selected Poems II: 1976-1986 (1986) 321 copies
Old Babes in the Wood (2023) 319 copies
The Door (2007) 304 copies
Burning Questions (2022) 252 copies
Power Politics (1971) 212 copies
The Circle Game (1964) 202 copies
Strange Things (1995) 196 copies
The Best American Short Stories 1989 (1989) — Editor — 189 copies
Curious Pursuits (2005) 161 copies
Up in the Tree (1978) 143 copies
Selected Poems: 1966-1984 (1976) 141 copies
The Labrador Fiasco (1996) 98 copies
True Stories (1981) 95 copies
You Are Happy (1974) 92 copies
The New Oxford Book of Canadian Verse in English (1656) — Editor — 91 copies
Fourteen Days: A Collaborative Novel (2022) — Contributor; Editor — 87 copies
Two-Headed Poems (1978) 75 copies
The New Oxford Book of Canadian Short Stories (1986) — Editor; Contributor — 72 copies
The Animals in That Country (1968) 62 copies
The Penelopiad - The Play (2007) 58 copies
Furies: Stories of the wicked, wild and untamed (2023) — Contributor — 52 copies
Life Before Man/Cat's Eye (1993) 52 copies
Story of a Nation: Defining Moments in Our History (2001) — Contributor — 50 copies
Procedures for Underground (1970) 47 copies
Interlunar (1984) 40 copies
Seven Contemporary Short Novels [Third Edition] (1997) — Contributor — 40 copies
Freedom: Vintage Minis (2018) 39 copies
For the Birds (1991) 38 copies
A Trio of Tolerable Tales (2017) 37 copies
Bones and Murder (1995) 32 copies
The Poetry of Gwendolyn MacEwen, Volume 1: The Early Years (1993) — Editor; Introduction — 30 copies
Barbed Lyres: Canadian Venomous Verse (1990) — Foreword — 27 copies
The Handmaid's Tale: The Complete Third Season (2017) — Author — 24 copies
Wilderness Tips/Cat's Eye (1999) 22 copies
Happy Endings 19 copies
The Poetry of Gwendolyn MacEwen, Volume 2: The Later Years (2001) — Editor; Introduction — 19 copies
Positron: Episodes 1-3 (2012) 18 copies
War Bears (2018) 18 copies
Anna's Pet (1980) 16 copies
The Complete Angel Catbird (2018) 15 copies
Moral Disorder: A Story (2009) 15 copies
Bottle (2004) 14 copies
Cat's Eye/The Edible Woman (1999) 12 copies
Blackie In Antarctica (2004) 11 copies
Un día es un día (2013) 10 copies
Polarities (1994) — Author — 7 copies
[unidentified works] (1997) 6 copies
Death by Landscape (2015) 5 copies
Kör Suikastçı (2017) 4 copies
The Progress of Love / Death by Landscape (2010) — Contributor — 4 copies
White Horse 4 copies
The Female Body 3 copies
Stone Mattress: A Story (2014) 3 copies
Homelanding (1989) 3 copies
Rape Fantasies 3 copies
Selected Poetry of Gwendolyn MacEwen (1996) — Editor — 3 copies
War Bears #2 (2018) 2 copies
The Evil Mother 2 copies
Kipeästi : runoja (2023) 2 copies
War Bears #3 (2018) 2 copies
TELESNA POVREDA (2002) 2 copies
Tricks with Mirrors (2001) 2 copies
Snake Poems (1983) 2 copies
Unearthing Suite (1983) 2 copies
Hē klephtra kissa (1996) 1 copy
Questões Escaldantes (2022) 1 copy
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I testamenti 1 copy
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Liudijimai: romanas (2020) 1 copy
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Surfacing Notes (1998) 1 copy
Fresh 1 copy
Selected Stories (2012) 1 copy
Nightengale 1 copy
I begyndelsen-- (1981) 1 copy
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Neskamearen ipuina (2020) 1 copy
Siren Song 1 copy
Ἀνάδυση (1990) 1 copy
Kjære vene : nye dikt (2021) 1 copy
Poèmes tardifs (2022) 1 copy

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Brave New World (1932) — Introduction, some editions — 53,456 copies
Fahrenheit 451 (1953) — Afterword, some editions — 53,275 copies
Anne of Green Gables (1908) — Foreword, some editions — 28,914 copies
A Christmas Carol (1843) — Introduction, some editions — 24,343 copies
Something Wicked This Way Comes (1962) — Afterword, some editions — 11,260 copies
We (1921) — Narrator, some editions — 8,366 copies
The Island of Dr. Moreau (1896) — Introduction, some editions — 7,183 copies
Snow (2002) — Introduction, some editions — 7,004 copies
She (1886) — Introduction, some editions — 2,905 copies
Seven Gothic Tales (1934) — Introduction, some editions — 2,381 copies
Christmas Books (1843) — Introduction, some editions — 2,290 copies
Chocky (1968) — Introduction, some editions — 1,749 copies
The Story and Its Writer: An Introduction to Short Fiction (1983) — Contributor — 1,124 copies
Imperium (1993) — Afterword, some editions — 1,071 copies
The Classic Fairy Tales [Norton Critical Edition] (1998) — Contributor — 999 copies
Doctor Glas (1905) — Introduction, some editions — 993 copies
Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (1995) — Contributor, some editions — 914 copies
McSweeney's Enchanted Chamber of Astonishing Stories (2004) — Contributor — 665 copies
Frozen in Time: The Fate of the Franklin Expedition (1987) — Introduction — 551 copies
The Cambridge Guide to Literature in English (1988) — Foreword, some editions — 475 copies
The World of the Short Story: A 20th Century Collection (1986) — Contributor — 459 copies
Points of View: Revised Edition (1966) — Contributor — 410 copies
Flash Fiction: 72 Very Short Stories (1992) — Contributor — 394 copies
The Flame: Poems Notebooks Lyrics Drawings (2018) — Narrator, some editions — 393 copies
Cries of the Spirit: A Celebration of Women's Spirituality (2000) — Cover artist — 368 copies
180 More: Extraordinary Poems for Every Day (2005) — Contributor — 361 copies
Shadow Show (2012) — Contributor — 361 copies
Telling Tales (2004) — Contributor — 342 copies
Carried Away: A Personal Selection of Stories (2006) — Foreword — 319 copies
Adrienne Rich's Poetry and Prose [Norton Critical Edition] (1993) — Contributor — 317 copies
The Penguin Book of Women Poets (1978) — Contributor — 297 copies
The Penguin Book of Lesbian Short Stories (1993) — Contributor — 295 copies
Mortification: Writers' Stories of Their Public Shame (2003) — Contributor — 278 copies
Half-Minute Horrors (2009) — Contributor — 276 copies
The Secret Loves of Geek Girls: Expanded Edition (2016) — Contributor — 255 copies
Gregorius (2004) — Afterword, some editions — 218 copies
Minding the Body: Women Writers on Body and Soul (1994) — Contributor — 212 copies
Sudden Fiction International: Sixty Short-Short Stories (1989) — Contributor — 212 copies
The Secret History of Science Fiction (2009) — Contributor — 196 copies
We Are the Stories We Tell (1990) — Contributor — 193 copies
The Pleasure of Reading (1992) — Contributor — 188 copies
The Best American Poetry 1996 (1996) — Contributor — 169 copies
The Penguin Book of Modern Fantasy by Women (1995) — Contributor — 164 copies
The Best American Poetry 1995 (1995) — Contributor — 159 copies
Black Water 2: More Tales of the Fantastic (1990) — Contributor — 152 copies
Granta 31: The General (1990) — Contributor — 143 copies
The Paris Review: Women Writers at Work (1989) — Introduction — 142 copies
The Best American Essays 1991 (1991) — Contributor — 142 copies
Granta 91: Wish You Were Here (2005) — Contributor — 134 copies
Four Letter Word: New Love Letters (2007) — Contributor — 134 copies
The Big New Yorker Book of Cats (2013) — Contributor — 129 copies
From Ink Lake: Canadian Stories (1990) — Contributor — 126 copies
No More Masks! An Anthology of Poems by Women (1973) — Contributor — 122 copies
Mistresses of the Dark [Anthology] (1998) — Contributor — 121 copies
The Penguin Book of Women's Humour (1996) — Contributor — 117 copies
Alice Munro's Best: Selected Stories (2006) — Introduction, some editions — 117 copies
Deep Down: The New Sensual Writing by Women (1988) — Contributor — 115 copies
The Penguin Book of International Women's Stories (1996) — Contributor — 113 copies
The Decameron Project: 29 New Stories from the Pandemic (2020) — Contributor — 108 copies
Animal Farm and Related Readings (1900) — Contributor — 106 copies
I'm With the Bears: Short Stories from a Damaged Planet (2011) — Contributor — 89 copies
The Treasury of English Short Stories (1985) — Contributor — 84 copies
The Virago Book of Wicked Verse (1992) — Contributor — 82 copies
The Secret Loves of Geek Girls (2015) — Contributor — 75 copies
The Secret Loves of Geeks (2018) — Contributor — 75 copies
Choice Words: Writers on Abortion (2020) — Contributor — 74 copies
Gods and Mortals: Modern Poems on Classical Myths (1684) — Contributor — 68 copies
Nevermore! Tales of Murder, Mystery and the Macabre (2015) — Contributor — 67 copies
Ovid Metamorphosed (2000) — Contributor — 64 copies
What's Your Story? Postcard Collection (2008) — Contributor — 60 copies
Without a Guide: Contemporary Women's Travel Adventures (1994) — Contributor — 60 copies
The Handmaid's Tale: The Complete First Season (2018) — Producer/Original Novel — 59 copies
Granta 141: Canada (2017) — Contributor — 58 copies
The Best American Poetry 2019 (2019) — Contributor — 56 copies
The Canadian Children's Treasury (1994) — Contributor — 56 copies
Three Short Novels (1958) — Introduction, some editions — 55 copies
Tesseracts 3 (2002) — Contributor — 52 copies
The Guardian Review Book of Short Stories (2011) — Author — 50 copies
A Virago Keepsake to Celebrate Twenty Years of Publishing (1993) — Contributor — 47 copies
Crimespotting (1656) — Contributor — 44 copies
Ground Works: Avante-Garde for Thee (2002) — Introduction — 35 copies
The Secret Self: A Century of Short Stories by Women (1995) — Contributor — 33 copies
Antaeus No. 75/76, Autumn 1994 - The Final Issue (1994) — Contributor — 32 copies
The Handmaid's Tale: The Complete Second Season (2017) — Author — 31 copies
Virago Is 40 (2013) — Contributor — 30 copies
On Cats: An Anthology (2021) — Introduction — 30 copies
The Oxford Book of Stories by Canadian Women in English (1999) — Contributor — 29 copies
Global Dystopias (Boston Review / Forum) (2017) — Contributor — 29 copies
First Light: A celebration of Alan Garner (2016) — Contributor — 29 copies
One World of Literature (1992) — Contributor — 24 copies
Wild Women (1854) — Contributor — 23 copies
Made in Canada (1999) — Preface — 21 copies
The Oxford Book of Canadian Ghost Stories (1990) — Contributor — 19 copies
Tesseracts 2 (1987) — Contributor — 19 copies
Deadlier: 100 of the Best Crime Stories Written by Women (2017) — Contributor — 19 copies
A Second Skin: Women Write about Clothes (1998) — Contributor — 17 copies
Best Short Stories 1991 (1991) — Contributor — 15 copies
Arc 1.1: The Future Always Wins (2012) — Contributor — 15 copies
Horse Stories (2012) — Contributor — 15 copies
Ark of Ice (1992) — Contributor — 15 copies
Alias Grace [2017 mini series] (2018) — Original book — 14 copies
The Secret Loves of Geek Girls: Redux (2017) — Contributor — 13 copies
The Bedside Guardian 2018 (2018) — Foreword — 12 copies
The Penguin Book of Modern Canadian Short Stories (1982) — Contributor — 12 copies
Solo: Writers on Pilgrimage (2004) — Contributor — 11 copies
The Story About the Story Vol. II (2013) — Contributor — 10 copies
Imaginarium 4: The Best Canadian Speculative Fiction (2015) — Introduction — 9 copies
The Umbral Anthology of Science Fiction Poetry (1982) — Contributor — 8 copies
To see our world (1979) — Contributor — 7 copies
Don Quijote: Alrededor Del Mundo (2005) — Contributor — 7 copies
Ten: A Bloomsbury Tenth Anniversary Anthology (1996) — Contributor — 7 copies
Poetry anthology (2000) — Contributor, some editions — 6 copies
Das Frühlingslesebuch (1987) — Contributor — 5 copies
Poems for voices (1970) — Contributor — 3 copies
The New Yorker Science Fiction Issue 2012, June 4 & 11 (2012) — Contributor — 2 copies
Telegrams from Home, Vol. 1 — Contributor — 2 copies

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Reviews

It’s definitely not what I was expecting. I’d call it a thriller, while I was expecting more literary fiction. The only previous Atwood I’ve read is The Blind Assassin, which I recall was much more complexly and richly written. Also the tone isn’t all THAT grim, like I figured it would be, despite the sort of society we’re talking about here. I mean, there’s multiple penis jokes in here, y’all!

The primary bad guy, Commander Judd, as physically described by Atwood resembles Santa Claus, if Santa took a really bad turn down the road of totalitarian patriarchy (don’t do it, Santa!). An image of a demented Santa, for me, brings an air of the ridiculous to the proceedings. One of Judd’s characteristics is that he’s only interested in teenage girls: marry one, go a few years, kill her, repeat. Horrible but treated with a touch of the slapstick by Atwood (“rat poison? It’s so easily detectable,” the central character and antihero Aunt Lydia muses. Very sloppy indeed, Santa, tsk tsk).

On the positive side, it’s well paced, and kept me turning the pages. It flew by for being a 400 page novel in the hands of a slow reader. Aunt Lydia is the sort of Machiavellian character it’s enjoyable to encounter in fiction (if only we could keep them all there).

I appreciated how it agreed with Nabokov’s take on totalitarianism: that it is marked more by the ineptness and buffoonery of those in power than by any impressive calculating evil.

I get the sense, reinforced by Atwood’s acknowledgements here, this was written for the entertainment of people who have enjoyed (is that the right word?) The Handmaid’s Tale in its written and televised formats, and not so much because this was a novel that was demanding to be written, so to speak. It exists because there was an eager market for it that didn’t call for it to be exceedingly “literary”. Which is fine.
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lelandleslie | 220 other reviews | Feb 24, 2024 |
The idea for this book was somewhat unique, albeit a cheap rip-off of both The Canterbury Tales and The Decameron. Thirty six authors under the guidance of Margaret Atwood, the general editor, and Douglas Preston, wrote one or more stories for the book, which is a collaborative novel.

Overall, I felt it a failed attempt for many reason. There were inconsistencies from one story to another. In one story a character mentions that it is getting light earlier each night. In a subsequent story, a character comments on how early it is getting dark. Since the stories were written by different authors, there was little corroboration between them, and Preston, who set the framework for the novel and arranged the stories, should have seen they were more consistent.

The book is set in March of 2020 at the start of the pandemic. The residents of a shabby four story apartment building gather on the roof each night for fourteen days to cheer on the first responders at 7 pm and then swap stories. They disban an hour later at dark.

The book is divided into each of the 14 days. One or more characters tells a story each day. The stories are written by one of the 36 authors of the book.

As I said, a somewhat unique idea, that being a collaborative novel, but the idea of a group of stories being told by a group of people is not new. Some of the stories were interesting and some horribly boring. The author of each story is not given until the end of the book in a short biography of the author and the identity of the story they wrote. The book had a few bright spots in which it flew by and other spots so dull I dreaded picking up the book again.

Some of the authors were pushing their own personal liberal beliefs through the characters and that was not necessary. There was too much pushing of a liberal, BLM, and anti-Trump agenda. I do not care what the author’s personal beliefs are, but leave them out of the story. Just tell me a good story without pushing an agenda.

Overall, I give it two stars for the interesting parts, but some of the stories were so dull and boring, they should have not been included. The ending, written by Atwood was ridiculous. It felt like a cheap way to suddenly end the book once the stories were finished. The reader is led to believe one thing, when in fact that is not correct.
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dwcofer | 2 other reviews | Feb 23, 2024 |
Sometimes life mirrors art the way Americans have become politically polarised I feel that the Union will break up as they descend into a new civil war. Some States in the South where the religious fervour is still strong could easily slip into a theocratic government as envisioned by Attwood and only time will tell if her books are precognitive.
 
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