An Evening with Margaret Atwood
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Margaret Atwood has long been a literary titan, but "current events have polished the oracular sheen of her reputation," says The New Yorker. With her 1985 novel The Handmaid's Tale back on the bestsellers lists and its television adaptation awarded eleven Emmy Awards, it seems Atwood's sharp eye is more necessary—and prescient—than ever. With dry, ironic wit, a poetic sensibility and more than a hint of the Gothic, she has uncompromisingly observed the psychology of people in her society."
Venue: The Town Hall
123 W 43rd St
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