On Writers and Writing by Margaret Atwood (23/52)

Margaret Atwood can speak eloquently on anything. She is well-read, thoughtful and precise in her language. This collection of lectures Atwood delivered on writing, writers, art and culture capture her unique brilliance and power to explain. I am not a diehard fan, but there is no denying the intelligence and presence she has in the literary landscape. Excellent read for wannabe writers or anyone who likes think-pieces about literature.



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