Margaret Atwood

Books

Here's what a novel can do for the environment that no study can

"What a joy it is to see Margaret Atwood taking such delicious pleasure in the end of the world," wrote the New York Times in its review of Margaret Atwood's novel, "MaddAddam." Atwood says her novels are way to cope with frightening environmental issues, but also a way to deepen understanding of what's at stake.

Books

Here's what a novel can do for the environment that no study can

"What a joy it is to see Margaret Atwood taking such delicious pleasure in the end of the world," wrote the New York Times in its review of Margaret Atwood's novel, "MaddAddam." Atwood says her novels are way to cope with frightening environmental issues, but also a way to deepen understanding of what's at stake.