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The cult of Margaret Atwood

The critically acclaimed novelist talks about her third and latest novel.

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Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: Bona fide member of the literary elite Dec 10, 2000 | 14:46The Booker Prize winning author cracks jokes and recalls her first book reading.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood: CanLit Foodbook launchNov 13, 1987 | 1:41Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: CanLit Foodbook launch Video
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: CanLit Foodbook launch Nov 13, 1987 | 1:41Canadian authors launch a different sort of book.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood: Poised for international stardomFeb 14, 1986 | 5:30Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: Poised for international stardom Video
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: Poised for international stardom Feb 14, 1986 | 5:30Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale is hailed as a literary breakthrough.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood: PEN and politicsMay 6, 1985 | 4:46Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: PEN and politics Video
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: PEN and politics May 6, 1985 | 4:46Canada's leading writer on the importance of free speech.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood: Editing the New Oxford Book of Canadian Verse in EnglishNov 1, 1982 | 21:15Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: Editing the New Oxford Book of Canadian Verse in English Audio
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: Editing the New Oxford Book of Canadian Verse in English Nov 1, 1982 | 21:15Atwood explains how she chose the poems for the new edition.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood: Writing women's fictionApr 9, 1981 | 2:25Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: Writing women's fiction Audio
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: Writing women's fiction Apr 9, 1981 | 2:25Atwood on the importance of modern female writers.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood: A book for all agesMar 22, 1978 | 6:10Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: A book for all ages Audio
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: A book for all ages Mar 22, 1978 | 6:10Atwood makes her debut as children's author and illustrator.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood: Closet cartoonistJan 12, 1978 | 14:32Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: Closet cartoonist Video
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: Closet cartoonist Jan 12, 1978 | 14:32The writer behind Bart Gerrard and Kanadian Kulture Komics.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood: Remembering the early days of Toronto's poetry sceneJan 3, 1978 | 4:02Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: Remembering the early days of Toronto's poetry scene Audio
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: Remembering the early days of Toronto's poetry scene Jan 3, 1978 | 4:02Margaret Atwood and singer Sylvia Tyson reminisce about Bohemian Embassy cafe.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood brandishes her caustic tongueSep 27, 1977 | 19:36Digital Archives Margaret Atwood brandishes her caustic tongue Video
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood brandishes her caustic tongue Sep 27, 1977 | 19:36The writer lives up to her reputation as being difficult.
Digital Archives - The cult of Margaret AtwoodOct 3, 1976 | 16:15Digital Archives The cult of Margaret Atwood Audio
Digital Archives The cult of Margaret Atwood Oct 3, 1976 | 16:15The critically acclaimed novelist talks about her third and latest novel.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood: A precocious and creative childNov 4, 1975 | 17:21Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: A precocious and creative child Audio
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood: A precocious and creative child Nov 4, 1975 | 17:21Atwood talks about dabbling in puppetry, opera and her first TV appearance.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood on Canadian literatureJul 22, 1973 | 24:42Digital Archives Margaret Atwood on Canadian literature Video
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood on Canadian literature Jul 22, 1973 | 24:42In this interview from 1973, author Margaret Atwood talks about her writing career and the struggles of Canadian literature to find its own identity. The poems Game After Supper and Interview with a Tourist are from Margaret Atwood's collection Procedures for Underground published by Oxford University Press, 1971.
Digital Archives - Margaret Atwood as Canadian literary criticNov 6, 1972 | 11:17Digital Archives Margaret Atwood as Canadian literary critic Audio
Digital Archives Margaret Atwood as Canadian literary critic Nov 6, 1972 | 11:17Survival is hailed as a monumental achievement in Canadian literature. This is the audio of a TV report for which video is unavailable.
Digital Archives - Graeme Gibson and Margaret Atwood discuss writingAug 5, 1972 | 14:18Digital Archives Graeme Gibson and Margaret Atwood discuss writing Audio
Digital Archives Graeme Gibson and Margaret Atwood discuss writing Aug 5, 1972 | 14:18A nervous Gibson interviews the acclaimed writer and his future wife.

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