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Margaret Atwood’s lockdown diary: life as an eccentric self-isolationist

10 mins | May 2, 2020

The acclaimed writer shares some of her "more bizarre" self-isolation activities. From making firelighters to fighting squirrels and conducting a rubber chicken choir, "The Handmaid's Tale" writer Margaret Atwood, had quite an exciting lockdown. In this charming piece for the Guardian, she talks about her experience.

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From The Guardian

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