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I could send the others who express interest over here for discussion. . .
edited to add that the links have been fixed (missed one of the quotation marks)
re: Handmaid's Tale. Let's start a rolling discussion around mid-May? How's that? I'll set up a discussion only thread and cut & paste some basic information and questions. You can post when you like thereafter. It will probably be a few weeks before I can reread. . .
beatles1964, perhaps we can think about an Atwood summer read? I suspect we will have as many different nominations as she has books! But I'd be game.
I've noted this read on BookTalk, What are You Reading Now?, Girlybooks, Dystopian Lit, and a few others small groups. I probably should note in on the SF group also. . .(off to leave a note).
I've already done my planned Atwood reread for the year, Robber Bride, and have several other authors on my reread list before I do another. Then there is my growing 'to read' list, book club, an April ARC, ( plus the March ARC if it every gets here). Maybe next year. Can I put my vote in for Alias Grace?
I have read Handmaid several times and I'd like to participate. I love me some Atwood.
beatles 1964, I'd second Cat's Eye for a future round, too.
I'd love to do a group read of either Cat's Eye or Alias Grace, as both are on my top five Atwood novels.
As for the next round, I'd love to re-read Cat's Eye, Alias Grace or The Blind Assassin (which is the book that started my love of Atwood).
I don't think it's at all odd to be obsessed with THT, in fact I think it gains more and more relevance every time I reread it. (Sigh.)
It is refreshing to know that others still find so much from the novel as I do. I sometimes feel like an English teacher when I try to explain to people why I like it so much (with absolutly NO disrespect intended to English teachers)-"no, no, it has everything-plot, characterization, some satire mixed in with commentary about the political atmosphere of the time."