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by Margaret Atwood

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An Author Who Lets Women Be Bad Guys
http://www.nytimes.com/books/00/09/03/specials/atwood-badguys.html
In an interview about the anti-heroine from "The Robber Bride," Atwood says she sees her latest creation as the heiress to a formidable literary tradition that has lately been sadly lacking.
Contains: Character Analysis
Author: Sarah Lyall
From: The New York Times Book Review November 23, 1993
Author: Sarah Lyall
From: The New York Times Book Review November 23, 1993
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Every Wife's Nightmare
http://www.nytimes.com/books/98/09/20/specials/moore-atwood.html
"[A]s with so many practitioners of identity politics, literary or otherwise, while one side of her banner defiantly exclaims 'We Are!' the other side, equally defiant, admonishes 'Don't Lump Us.'"
Contains: Review
Author: Lorrie Moore
From: The New York Times Book Review October 31, 1993
Author: Lorrie Moore
From: The New York Times Book Review October 31, 1993
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Reading Group Guide: The Robber Bride
http://www.randomhouse.com/catalog/display.pperl?isbn=0-385-49103-4&view=rg
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