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  Margaret Atwood, Dave Eggers win 2017
Chicago TribuneMargaret Atwood, Dave Eggers win 2017 Sandburg Literary AwardsChicago Sun-TimesBest-selling authors Margaret Atwood and Dave Eggers are the recipients of the 2017 Carl Sandburg Literary Awards for excellence, it was announced today. In addition, WBEZ reporter Natalie Y. Moore will be honored with the 21st Century Award for ...Eggers, Atwood are Sandburg honorees; Natalie Moore also to receive awardChicago Tribuneall 2 news articles »
Posted on 17 April 2017 | 11:06 am
  Must reads: Daesh, Saddam Hussein, race,
GlobalComment.comMust reads: Daesh, Saddam Hussein, race, Margaret Atwood, resistanceGlobalComment.comWith an adaptation of The Handmaid's Tale hitting Hulu, Margaret Atwood is having another moment — but she's spent decades writing visions of apocalyptic worlds from ecodystopias to political nightmares. This is a fantastic profile of a complicated ...
Posted on 17 April 2017 | 8:43 am
  Once preposterous, now immediate; Margaret
ReutersOnce preposterous, now immediate; Margaret Atwood on 'Handmaid's Tale'ReutersIn an hour-long conversation, Atwood never mentioned Hillary Clinton, U.S. President Donald Trump, nor any political party. Her passions are more fundamental and widespread, ranging from innovations in biotechnology to North Korean literature and the ...Margaret Atwood's Prescient 'The Handmaid's Tale' Is the Focus of ...AlterNetEverything You Need To Know About The Handmaid's Tale Before WatchingRefinery29Margaret Atwood on 'Handmaid's Tale' - SFGateSFGateThe Globe and Mail -Seattle Times -Flavorwireall 7 news articles »
Posted on 17 April 2017 | 7:22 am
  Talking Dystopia with Margaret Atwood, Scott
Talking Dystopia with Margaret Atwood, Scott Pruitt's Zealous Attack on the Environment: Recommended ReadingFlavorwireRebecca Mead of the New Yorker has the Margaret Atwood profile we've been waiting for in the run-up to Hulu's scarily timely TV adaptation of her 1985 novel, The Handmaid's Tale. Titled “The Prophet of Dystopia,” the article is a fine primer on the ...
Posted on 14 April 2017 | 9:37 am
  Margaret Atwood's Grimly Relevant Additions
The New YorkerMargaret Atwood's Grimly Relevant Additions to the “Handmaid's Tale” AudiobookThe New YorkerSo reads the celebrated final line of the novel “The Handmaid's Tale,” Margaret Atwood's work of dystopian speculative fiction, in which the United States has been transformed into the theocratic, misogynistic Republic of Gilead. The speaker is ...The U.S. Is Too Ornery for Totalitarianism, According to Margaret AtwoodSmithsonianMargaret Atwood Reflects on 'The Handmaid's Tale'BillMoyers.comMargaret Atwood and Elisabeth Moss on the Urgency of The Handmaid's TaleTIMEThe Verge -Huffington Post -GOOD Magazine -Huluall 66 news articles »
Posted on 13 April 2017 | 12:21 pm
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  A Bitch Planet Party In Portland With Kelly
can they work together to stay alive or will hidden agendas, crooked guards and the deadliest sport on (or off!) Earth take them to their maker? Think Margaret Atwood meets Inglourious Basterds. This volume collects issues 1-5.
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 7:17 am
Margaret Atwood, for a piece on Harper's hair that schooled the Cons on appearance politics (see Jesse Brown's Aug. 22 piece on the investigative website Canadaland: "#HairGate: What really happened"; ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 4:36 am
  An election about hair, swearing and dragon
It's one of several episodes in an eventful election campaign - with voting still two months away. Writer Margaret Atwood thrust the upcoming Canadian parliamentary elections into the international media spotlight after a satirical article she wrote about ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
  Andre Alexis, Margaret Atwood among 2015
The finalists for this year’s Toronto Book Award, honouring books evocative of the city, have been revealed. The shortlisted authors will perform readings from their respective titles at the Word on the Street festival at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 5:21 am
  Hair today, gone tomorrow: Margaret Atwood
Author’s satirical piece on prime minister Stephen Harper’s hair is removed within hours of publication on National Post website: ‘Did I just get censored?’ She is a prize-winning author who has conjured vivid dystopian futures, but on Friday ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 4:38 am
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  Canadian author protests Dubai fest, won't
Canadian author Margaret Atwood has pulled out of an international Dubai literary festival after organizers banned a forthcoming novel by a British author because it contains references to homosexuality.
Posted on 19 February 2009 | 11:18 am
  Margaret Atwood wins Spanish literary award
Canadian author Margaret Atwood has won Spain's Prince of Asturias literary prize.
Posted on 24 June 2008 | 5:25 pm
  Harry Potter prequel to be auctioned
An 800-word Harry Potter prequel is one of 13 card-sized works to be sold at a charity auction in the British capital.
Posted on 28 May 2008 | 6:03 pm
  Gadget Lets Authors Sign Books From Afar
Margaret Atwood has had enough of long journeys, late nights and writer's cramp. Tired of grueling book tours, the Booker Prize-winning Canadian author on Sunday unveiled her new invention: a remote-controlled pen that allows writers to sign books for fan
Posted on 5 March 2006 | 10:40 am
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  MajaBozlc: RT @FrankRegan17: Today's poetic
MajaBozlc: RT @FrankRegan17: Today's poetic inspirati^!& for NaPoWriMo "In Love With Raym^!&d Chandler" by Margaret Atwood
Posted on 29 April 2017 | 8:34 am
  GeekGirlAuth: @MargaretAtwood Comments on
GeekGirlAuth: @MargaretAtwood Comments ~*! Hulu's New THE HANDMAID'S TALE Series #MAIDEZ #HandmaidsTale #Handmaids
Posted on 29 April 2017 | 8:34 am
  bhingmatos: RT @KISSESunshine: “Forgiving
bhingmatos: RT @KISSESunshine: “Forgiving men is so much easier than forgiving women.” -Margaret Atwood PreDebutVidOf KISSES
Posted on 29 April 2017 | 8:34 am
  thepagereader: RT @noveliciouss: "A
thepagereader: RT @noveliciouss: "A word after a word after a word is power." — Margaret Atwood #writing
Posted on 29 April 2017 | 8:34 am
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Kritigri: @clsmith0312 @Mary94Jarwood @4thEstateBooks @Bey&#*ce @LalinePaull @iTunes I'm interested in the fact that Margaret…
Posted on 29 April 2017 | 8:34 am
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  Resolved Question: Analyzing 'Siren Song' by
I'm writing an entrance essay, to try and get into AP English. I'm really stressing about it. It's due tomorrow and I'm drawing a blank. I'd really appreciate any help you can give, thanks. Here's the prompt: Read carefully the poem Siren Song by Margaret Atwood. Write an essay analyzing how Atwood's use of literary techniques, poetic devices, and allusion develop the complex meanings that are pleasant in the poem.
Posted on 29 April 2013 | 1:48 pm
  Resolved Question: Margaret Atwood and
Any influences from Atwood's childhood with the main protagonist from her novel "Oryx and Crake"
Posted on 24 December 2012 | 10:21 am
  Resolved Question: Please help analyse the
My child in the smoke of the fire playing at barbarism, the burst meat dripping down her chin, soot smearing her cheek and her hair infested with twigs, under a midsummer-leafed tree in the rain, the shelter of poles and canvas down the road if needed: This could be where we end up, learning the minimal with maybe no tree, no rain, no shelter, no roast carcasses of animals to renew us at a time when language will shrink to the word hunger and the word none. Mist lifts from the warm lake hit by the cold drizzle: too much dust in the stratosphere this year, they say. Unseasonal. Here comes the ice, here comes something, we can all feel it like a breath, a footstep, here comes nothing with its calm eye of fire. What we're having right now is a cookout, sausages on peeled sticks. The blades of grass are still with us. My daughter forages, grace plumps the dusty berries, two or three hot and squashed in her fist. So far we do it for fun. So far is where we've gone and no farther.
Posted on 14 September 2012 | 11:12 pm
  Resolved Question: What are Margaret
Posted on 11 February 2012 | 8:37 am
  Resolved Question: Please help me interpret
Postcards by Margaret Atwood I'm thinking about you. What else can I say? The palm trees on the reverse are a delusion; so is the pink sand. What we have are the usual fractured coke bottles and the smell of backed-up drains, too sweet, like a mango on the verge of rot, which we have also. The air clear sweat, mosquitoes & their tracks; birds & elusive. Time comes in waves here, a sickness, one day after the other rolling on; I move up, it's called awake, then down into the uneasy nights but never forward. The roosters crow for hours before dawn, and a prodded child howls & howls on the pocked road to school. In the hold with the baggage there are two prisoners, their heads shaved by bayonets, & ten crates of queasy chicks. Each spring there's race of cripples, from the store to the church. This is the sort of junk I carry with me; and a clipping about democracy from the local paper. Outside the window they're building the damn hotel, nail by nail, someone's crumbling dream. A universe that includes you can't be all bad, but does it? At this distance you're a mirage, a glossy image fixed in the posture of the last time I saw you. Turn you over, there's the place for the address. Wish you were here. Love comes in waves like the ocean, a sickness which goes on & on, a hollow cave in the head, filling & pounding, a kicked ear. I love this poem. I'm going to write my poetry assessment commentary on it, but I have a few questions... In the last two lines of the first stanza, what does "The air clear sweat, mosquitoes & their tracks; birds & elusive" mean? And why does Atwood use & signs instead of the actual word "and"? In the second stanza, I don't understand the whole "In the hold with the baggage there are two prisoners, their heads shaved by bayonets, & ten crates of queasy chicks. Each spring there's a race of cripples, from the store to the church" part.... And lastly, in the third stanza, what does the hotel represent? Thank you ^^
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