Burning Questions, Margaret Atwood’s third non-fiction collection, is funny, fluent, wide-ranging and occasionally urgent

//Burning Questions, Margaret Atwood’s third non-fiction collection, is funny, fluent, wide-ranging and occasionally urgent

Burning Questions, Margaret Atwood’s third non-fiction collection, is funny, fluent, wide-ranging and occasionally urgent

Burning Questions by Margaret Atwood, pub. Doubleday Is there anything Margaret Atwood can’t do, at least as a writer? Her career, which now spans over 60 years, is dominated by her 17 novels, most famously The Handmaid’s Tale (1985), Cat’s Eye (1988) and The Testaments (2019), but Atwood began her writing life as a poet (with Double Persephone; 1961), and has published almost as many volumes as novels. Add in graphic novels and children’s books, and all that remains for her to do is write a…

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