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SummaryFrom the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Handmaid's TaleIn this delightful mélange of short fiction, Margaret Atwood pushes the boundaries of form in intriguing directions. Alongside meditations on warlords, cat heaven, and orphans, she offers a sly pep talk to the ambitious young, laments the proliferation of photos of oneself, imagines an apocalypse of worms, and recalls Helen of Troy's childhood Kool-Aid stand. In the title fable, a writer huddled inside a tent of paper engages in doodling as self-defense, scribbling on the walls in a frantic attempt to keep out encroaching horrors. Adorned with her own playful illustrations, The Tent is replete with Atwood's droll humor, keen insight, and lyric brilliance.
Encouraging the young
No more photos
It's not easy being half-divine
Salome was a dancer
Plots for exotics
Resources of the Ikarians
Our cat enters heaven
Chicken Little goes too far
The animals reject their names and things return to their origins
Three novels I won't write soon
Bring back mom: an invocation
King Log in exile
Eating the birds
Something has happened
But it could still.
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|Publisher|| New York :Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group2007
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