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Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

Wilderness Tips (Margaret Atwood, 1991?) [2007-01-20?]

I think it was near the end of Oryx and Crake that I first started thinking of Joyce Carol Oates, but that feeling just got stronger as I progressed through this short story collection -- especially starting with the end of "Uncles."

[I'm not trying to argue that Atwood is derivative, it just wasn't quite what I was expecting after having read Oryx and Crake.]
Tags: books: read, margaret atwood

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