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Acclaimed Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood explains how she developed the setting of her latest book, which envisions a world devastated by genetic engineering gone wrong and other environmental assaults.
- Margaret Atwood author of more than 40 books of fiction, poetry, and essays. Her internationally bestselling novels include â��The Handmaids Tale,a Cat's Eye,â�� â��Alias Grace,â�� â��Oryx & Crake,â�� and â��The Blind Assassin,â�� which won the 200 Booker Prize.
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