Burning Questions: Essays and Occasional Pieces, 2004-2021
by Margaret Atwood Author
In this collection of essays from bestselling author Margaret Atwood, discover her sharp wit and inimitable sense of humor as she applies it to a vast array of topics. From metaphysical topics such as the nature of freedom and the importance of storytelling, to political concerns around technology, the climate crisis, and the decline of democracy, to more mundane matters, such as how one goes about defining what exactly qualifies as granola, Atwood is as prescient and curious as ever. For fans of Atwood's novels, this collection offers a broader view of her work and her many interests, and burns with relevance in an age where Atwood's many works of fiction seem closer and closer to becoming reality.
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