In her keynote address at the Restorying Canada conference, Margaret Atwood muses on how religion has affected our notions of utopia and dystopia, in fiction and in real life.
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Margaret Atwood says religion isn’t the problem… human beings are - Home | Tapestry with Mary Hynes | CBC Radio
From Hannah Arendt to The Handmaid’s Tale: Margaret Atwood and lit scholars talk dystopia in the age of Trump - Home | The Sunday Edition | CBC Radio
Donald Trump’s election was not celebrated by the literati. But it has been very good news for some publishers. Books by Margaret Atwood, George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, Hannah Arendt and Sinclair Lewis, which probed and predicted various forms of authoritarianism, are bestsellers again. Michael’s guests—including Ms. Atwood—discuss what these books can tell us about what’s coming down the road.
‘These are old human themes’: Margaret Atwood on the enduring power of The Handmaid’s Tale - Home | q | CBC Radio
Author Margaret Atwood looks back at her 1985 novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, which has recently been adapted into a new TV series starring Elizabeth Moss.
Margaret Atwood’s feminist classic, The Handmaid’s Tale, is the latest dystopian novel to hit the Amazon bestseller lists, following 1984 and It Can’t Happen Here.