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Apart from being an author, Margaret Eleanor Atwood is also a poet, essayist, environmental activist and literary critic. Atwood is also the founder of a non-profit organization, Writer’s Trust of Canada, whose main aim is to encourage the writing community in Canada. Furthermore, she is also the founder of the Griffin Poetry Prize. Margaret Atwood is the developer and inventor of the Longpen associated technologies, which facilitates remote robotic writing of documents. Atwood is also the Director and Co-Founder of Syngrafii inc. a company that she created in the year 2004, to not only develop but to also distribute and produce Longpen technologies. Atwood holds numerous patents that are all related to Longpen technologies.

Order of The Handmaid's Tale Series

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1The Handmaid's Tale 1986Description / Buy
2The Testaments 2019Description / Buy

Order of Hogarth Shakespeare Series with Anne Tyler, Jeanette Winterson, Edward St. Aubyn, Howard Jacobson

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1The Gap of Time ( By: Jeanette Winterson) 2015Description / Buy
2Shylock Is My Name ( By: Howard Jacobson) 2016Description / Buy
3Vinegar Girl ( By: Anne Tyler) 2016Description / Buy
4Hag-Seed 2016Description / Buy
5Dunbar ( By: Edward St. Aubyn) 2017Description / Buy

Order of MaddAddam Series

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1Oryx and Crake 2003Description / Buy
2The Year of the Flood 2009Description / Buy
3MaddAddam 2013Description / Buy

Order of Positron Series

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1The Heart Goes Last 2015Description / Buy

Order of Angel Catbird Graphic Novel Series

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1Angel Catbird, Volume 1 2016Description / Buy
2Angel Catbird, Volume 2: To Castle Catula 2017Description / Buy
3Angel Catbird, Volume 3: The Catbird Roars 2017Description / Buy

Order of Margaret Atwood Standalone Novels

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1The Edible Woman 1969Description / Buy
2Surfacing 1972Description / Buy
3Lady Oracle 1976Description / Buy
4Up in the Tree 1978Description / Buy
5Life Before Man 1979Description / Buy
6Bodily Harm 1981Description / Buy
7Cat's Eye 1988Description / Buy
8For the Birds 1990Description / Buy
9The Robber Bride 1993Description / Buy
10Alias Grace 1996Description / Buy
11The Labrador Fiasco 1996Description / Buy
12The Blind Assassin 2000Description / Buy
13Bottle 2004Description / Buy

Order of Margaret Atwood Short Stories

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1Moral Disorder 2014Description / Buy
2The Bad News (Short Story) 2018Description / Buy
3War Bears (Short Story) 2019Description / Buy

Order of Margaret Atwood Picture Books

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1Anna's Pet (Short Story) 1980Description / Buy
2Princess Prunella and the Purple Peanut 1995Description / Buy
3Rude Ramsay and the Roaring Radishes 2003Description / Buy
4Bashful Bob and Doleful Dorinda 2004Description / Buy
5Wandering Wenda and Widow Wallop's Wunderground Washery (Short Story) 2011Description / Buy
6A Trio of Tolerable Tales (Short Story) 2017Description / Buy

Order of Margaret Atwood Non-Fiction Books

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1Survival 1972Description / Buy
2Days Of The Rebels 1977Description / Buy
3Second Words 1982Description / Buy
4The Canlit Foodbook 1987Description / Buy
5Margaret Atwood Conversations 1990Description / Buy
6Strange Things 1995Description / Buy
7Two Solicitudes 1996Description / Buy
8Story of a Nation 2001Description / Buy
9Negotiating with the Dead 2002Description / Buy
10The Penelopiad 2005Description / Buy
11Curious Pursuits 2005Description / Buy
12Writing With Intent 2005Description / Buy
13Payback 2007Description / Buy
14Glances at Germany, Poland, and the Euxine 2009Description / Buy
15In Other Worlds 2011Description / Buy
16Dire Cartographies 2015Description / Buy
17The Burgess Shale 2017Description / Buy

Order of Margaret Atwood Collections

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1The Circle Game 1964Description / Buy
2The Animals in that Country 1968Description / Buy
3The Journals of Susanna Moodie 1970Description / Buy
4Procedures For Underground 1970Description / Buy
5Power Politics 1971Description / Buy
6You Are Happy 1974Description / Buy
7Selected Poems 1976Description / Buy
8Dancing Girls and Other Stories 1977Description / Buy
9Two-Headed Poems 1978Description / Buy
10True Stories 1981Description / Buy
11Bluebeard's Egg 1983Description / Buy
12Murder in the Dark 1983Description / Buy
13Interlunar 1984Description / Buy
14Selected Poems II 1986Description / Buy
15Wilderness Tips 1991Description / Buy
16Good Bones 1992Description / Buy
17Poems 1976-1986 (Short Story) 1992Description / Buy
18Polarities. Selected Stories 1994Description / Buy
19Good Bones and Simple Murders 1994Description / Buy
20Bones & Murder 1994Description / Buy
21Morning in the Burned House 1995Description / Buy
22Eating Fire 1998Description / Buy
23Moving Targets 2004Description / Buy
24The Tent 2006Description / Buy
25Moral Disorder and Other Stories 2006Description / Buy
26The Door 2007Description / Buy
27The Illustrated Journals of Susanna Moodie 2014Description / Buy
28Stone Mattress 2014Description / Buy
29Freedom 2018Description / Buy
30Dearly (Short Story) 2020Description / Buy

Margaret Atwood Anthologies

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1 The Faber Book Of Contemporary Canadian Short Stories1990Description / Buy
2 Ten1996Description / Buy
3 Crimespotting2009Description / Buy
4 I'm With the Bears2011Description / Buy
5 Shadow Show: All-New Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury2012Description / Buy
6 The World Split Open2014Description / Buy
7 Cutting Edge: New Stories of Mystery and Crime by Women Writers2019Description / Buy
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Irrespective of the fact that Margaret Atwood is mainly known as a writer, she has also managed to publish fifteen poetry books. A majority of the author’s poems have been inspired by myths and fairy tales, which have interested her, ever since she was young. Some of the short stories that Margaret Atwood has published include Alphabet, Tamarack Review, CBC Anthology and many others.

In the year 1965, Atwood taught at the University of British Colombia and the Sir George Williams University from the year 1967 to the year 1968. Later on in the year 1969, she taught at the University of Alberta for one year and York University for one year also, from the year 1971 to 1972.

The female intellectual dialogue members at the renowned Victoria College mainly surrounded Atwood. In a majority of her novels, she often portrays characters who are dominated by patriarchy. Atwood also sheds light on the social oppression of women due to the patriarchal ideology. When it comes to social science fiction and speculative fiction, the author has constantly resisted the idea that both of her novels, Oryx and Crake and The Handmaid’s Tale are science fiction. She has insisted that both of these novels are speculative fiction.

In the year 2008, The Economist a weekly magazine referred to Atwood as an expert literary critic and scintillating wordsmith. However, the magazine went on to comment that the author’s logic does not in any way match her writing style in the nonfiction book, Payback: Debt and Shadow.

Margaret Atwood Awards

Atwood is the winner of the Prince of Austrius Award and the Arthur C. Clarke Award. She has also been nominated for the Booker prize more than five times. She has also been nominated for a Governor’s General Award numerous times, winning twice. In the year 2001, Margaret was nominated into Canada’s Hall of Fame.

Margaret Atwood Books into Movies

More than five of Margaret Atwood’s books have been adapted for a screenplay. They include the mini-series, Alias Grace adapted by CBS Canada, Atwood Stories to be aired on W, Handmaid’s Tale Payback and Surfacing.

Best Atwood Books

Handmaids Tale: According to Offred, the heroine of Atwood’s chilling future tale, Fear is an exceedingly powerful stimulant. Trained at the Leah and Rachel center and habited in the red, Offered is a member of the two-legged wombs or sacred vessels, a quasi-religious order whose main task is to create the next generation of the governing elite in the Gilead Republic. Gilead is a Puritan autocracy setup, after the successful assassination of the president and the United States Congress. Offred is confined to Cambridge City, Massachusetts, where local University is closed, and the American football stadium is used for execution of the public. In this book, the name Offred has been used rhetorically to either refer to Offered and Off-red. A majority of Atwood’s novels have not been written using a specific formula.

Like all of the other novels, this book is a starkly individual performance and unrepeatable. Furthermore, it is the science fiction fable, which Atwood had constantly hinted that she has intended to pen down.

Edible Woman: In the novel Edible Woman, which was published in the year 1969, one of the main characters was looking forward to the life after the cataclysm. A time when a birth was going to be essential once more and a new goddess of fertility, Venus Genetrix, was going to rise again. Despite the fact that the setting and structure of her novels is entirely different, there is a decipherable formula of Atwood’s heroine. They are observant, resourceful, frightened and wary. They are also determinedly free.

Apart from Offred, the author also introduces the reader to The Commander, who is a scientist involved in market research. Later on, it is hypothesized that he was indeed one of the architects of the republic and its laws. With that said, The Handmaid’s Tale is a compactly well-ordered reading experience.

When Does The Next Margaret Atwood book come out?

Margaret Atwood doesn't seem to have an upcoming book. Their newest book is Dearly and was released on November, 10th 2020. It is the newest book in the Margaret Atwood Collections.

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