The Tent (Book Review)

I started reading this collection of short stories by Margaret Atwood during my break at work, and then proceeded to carry it around with me for the next week. Each piece within “The Tent” is only a few pages long, but most of the pieces seem on par with a full book as far as literary clout goes. The topics range all over the place, with some of the short stories’ narrators seeming to be coming straight from the heart of Atwood’s person herself:

Another of the pieces within “The Tent” details a narrator speaking about future plans:

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