These wise and witty writings home in on Shakespeare, tree stumps, ecological disasters, bodies (male and female), and theology, amongst other matters.
We hear Gertrude's version of what really happened in Hamlet; an ugly sister and a wicked stepmother put in a good word for themselves,and a reincarnated bat explains how Bram Stoker got Dracula hopelessly wrong.
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full of fun and invention, with an edge that cuts through preconceptions
Her wit and humour are perfectly complemented by a penetrating eye for the false and absurd
The Sunday Times
full of fun and invention, with an edge that cuts through preconceptions Nicolette Jones
The Independent Full Review
A marvellous miniature sample case of Atwood's sensuous and sardonic talents.
Times Literary Supplement