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201 ATWOOD, Margaret PETRICIC, Dusan Bashful Bob and Doleful Dorinda. First Edition in dustjacket
Key Porter Kids, 2004, ISBN:1552636097 
ATWOOD, Margaret. Bashful Bob and Doleful Dorinda. Illustrated by Dusan Petricic. (Toronto): Key Porter Kids, (2004). First Printing. Pp. [29], unpaginated. Oblong 8vo, white ill. paper covered boards. An amusing children's story about the adventures of two children who discover that being brave anddaring is much more exciting than being bashful and doleful. Very good in vg dustjacket. 15.00

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202 ATWOOD, Margaret PETRICIC, Dusan Rude Ramsay and the Roaring Radishes. 1st in dj.
Key Porter Kids, Toronto, 2003, ISBN:155263244x 
ATWOOD, Margaret. Rude Ramsay and the Roaring Radishes. Illustrated by Dusan Petricic. (Toronto): Key Porter Kids, (2003). First Canadian Printing. Pp. (32). Unpaginated. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, illustrated yellow and white card covered boards in like jacket. Vg-fine in unclipped dj. 15.00

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203 ATWOOD, Margaret Tamarack Review 27 Five Poems
1963, 
ATWOOD, Margaret. "Five Poems" (pp.29-33). In The Tamarack Review, Number 27, Spring Issue, 1963. Vg. 20.00

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204 ATWOOD, Margaret TANAKA, Shelley, boxes/sidebars BIANCHI, John For the Birds. card covers.
Douglas & McIntyre, 1990, 
ATWOOD, Margaret. For the Birds. Illustrated by John Bianchi. Boxes and sidebars written by Shelley Tanaka. Tor./Vancouver : Douglas & McIntyre, (1990). 8vo, card covers. Gift inscription to title page, else vg. 7.50

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205 ATWOOD, Margaret Undertow, 1) WELDON, Megan (edited by) McGRATH, Robin Half-Hanged Mary. signed by editor.
Undertow Publications, Halifax, 1996, 
ATWOOD, Margaret. "Half-Hanged Mary" . A poem in Undertow, no. 1, Fall 1996(edited by Alix Smyth and Megan Walden), pp. 22-29. Halifax, NS: Undertow Publications, 1996. Pp. 58. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated red card covers. Also includes works Fiona Colligan, Carolyn Hoople Creed, Elizabeth Venart,Chris Wills, Chad Norman, Dave McKenzie, Sherri Marks, Barry Hammond, Chri stine Lowther, Robin McGrath, maryanne fisher, Steve Vernon, Deborah McLean, Hadley Dyer, Tom Schmidt, Mandra, Chris Lambie, Maeve Omstead, Fiona Smyth, David Bateman, Michael Ruhland, and I. B. Iskov. Vg. Signed and inscribed by Megan Walden (editor) on the title page. 10.00

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206 ATWOOD, Margaret) Ellipse 3 : Spring 1970
1970, 
(ATWOOD, Margaret). Ellipse 3 : Spring 1970. N.pl.: distribuée exclusivement par editions HMH, Ltée, Montréal, 1970. Pp. 88. Parallel text in English and French. 8vo, white card covers, green and black lettering. Includes poetry by Margaret Atwood entitled Axiom, Provisions, The Animals in That Country, Attitudes Towards the Mainland, The Settlers, This is a Photograph of Me, Chronology, River, Resurrection, Pre-Amphibian, More and More, Midwinter, Presolstice , Against Still Life, and A Pursuit in English with corresponding French translations. Previous owner's name inked to front cover, sticker mark to front, covers slightly rubbed, else vg. 30.00

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207 ATWOOD, Margaret) FRYE, Northrop Acta Victoriana, Vol. 84, No. 1, December, 1959
Victoria College Union, Toronto, 1959, 1959 
(ATWOOD, Margaret). Acta Victoriana : A Magazine Published by the Victoria College Union, Volume LXXIV [sic], Number One, December, 1959. (Toronto) : Victoria College Union, (University of Toronto), 1959. Pp (1),iv-vii,1-26,(3). 8vo, maroon and white stapled wrappers.

The title page erroneously lists the issue as Volume LXXIV [74]. It should be LXXXIV [84].

Includes an early poem and a book review by Margaret Atwood : "Confessional" (a 13-line poem on page 8) [Alan J. Horne, Margaret Atwood : An Annotated Bibliography (Poetry), B7]; and "Apocalyptic Squawk from a Splendid Auk" (a review of George Johnston's book of poetry "The Cruising Auk", on pp 25-26) [Alan J. Horne, Margaret Atwood : An Annotated Bibliography (Prose), B28].

Also in this issue : "Students Welcome on the Occasion of the Installation of Principal Northrop Frye" by Stewart Bell (p. 13) [Denham, Northrop Fry: An Annotated Bibliography P47]; and "Installation Address" by Northrop Frye (pp 14-24) [see Denham Northrop Fry: An Annotated Bibliography C2 and I9].

Covers browned, sunned and edges chipped, staples rusted, pen marks to Frye Installation Address, else good. 100.00

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208 ATWOOD, Margaret) Malahat Review 41 SANDLER, Linda, ed. Margaret Atwood : A Symposium
1977, 
(ATWOOD, Margaret). Margaret Atwood : A Symposium. Edited by Linda Sandler.Being Number Forty-one/January 1977 of The Malahat Review. Victoria : Univ ersity of Victoria, 1977. Of bibliographical interest is Alan J. Horne's "Preliminary Checklist of Writings By and About Margaret Atwood". Includes Linda Sandler's interview with Atwood. Vg. 20.00

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209 ATWOOD, Margaret) YOUNG, Catherine M., photos THOREAU, Henry David, quotations To See Our World. 1st Cdn in dj.
GLC Publishers Ltd., 1979, 
(ATWOOD, Margaret) YOUNG, Catherine M. (photographs) To See Our World. Withan essay by Margaret Atwood and quotations from the Journals of Henry Davi d Thoreau. (Agincourt, Ont.) : GLC Publishers Ltd., (1979). First Edition. Pp 127. 4to, blue cloth. Vg in dj. 35.00

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210 ATWOOD, Margaret) YOUNG, Catherine M., photos THOREAU, Henry David, quotations To See Our World. US in dj.
William Morrow, 1980, 
(ATWOOD, Margaret) YOUNG, Catherine M. (photographs) To See Our World. Withan essay by Margaret Atwood and quotations from the Journals of Henry Davi d Thoreau. (N.Y.) : William Morrow, (1980). 4to, blue cloth. Vg-fine in dj.45.00

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211 ATWOOD, Margaret). FOSTER, John Wilson Canadian Literature No. 74 FOSTER, John Wilson Poetry of Margaret Atwood
University of British Columbia,, 1977, 
(ATWOOD,Margaret). FOSTER, John Wilson. "The Poetry of Margaret Atwood". InCanadian Literature : A Quarterly of Criticism and Review, Autumn 1977, No . 74. Vancouver: University of British Columbia, 1977. Pp. 5-20. 8vo, tan printed card covers. Also: Sean Ryan's "Beginning Again"; D. W. Russell's "Anne Hébert: Les Invités au procès"; Barbara Hehner's "River of Now and Then"; James Doyle's " Howell's Canadian Sister"; David Stouck's "Ethel Wilson's Novels"; poetry by George Woodcock, Tom Marshall, Elizabeth Gourlay, James Harrison and Peter Gellatly; and Review Articles including Ann P. Messenger's "In the Name of Drama" and Michael Brian Oliver's " Miscellanies, Metamorphosis and Myth". Vg. For the issue. 10.00

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212 ATWOOD, Margaret). NISCHIK, Reingard M. (ed.) NISCHIK, Reingard M. (ed.) Margaret Atwood : Works and Impact. First Priting paperback
Anansi, Toronto, 2002, ISBN:0887846823 
(ATWOOD, Margaret). NISCHIK, Reingard M. (ed.). Margaret Atwood : Works andImoact. (Toronto) : Anansi, (2002). First Printing. Pp (6),[vii]-xii,[1]-3 44,(4). Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated purple card covers, lettered in black and white. Contents : "Flagpoles and entrance doors" : introduction(by Reingard M. Nischik). I. Life and Status : Lions, tigers, and pussycat s : Margaret Atwood (auto- ) biographically (by Nathalie Cooke); Celebrity,or, A Disneyland of the soul : Margaret Atwood and the media (by Susanne B ecker); Canonizing Atwood : her impact on teaching in the US, Canada, and Europe (by Caroline Rosenthal). Photographs of Margaret Atwood. II. Works : On the border : Margaret Atwood's novels (by Alice M. Palumbo); Margaret Atwood's short fiction (by Charlotte Sturgess); Margaret Atwood's poetry 1966-1995 (by Lothar Ho¨nnighausen); "A certain frivolity" : Margaret Atwood's literary criticism (by Walter Pache). III. Appproaches : Transgressing genre : a generic approach to Margaret Atwood's novels (by Coral Ann Howells); Alias Atwood : narrative games and gender politics (by Barbara Hill Rigney); Margaret Atwood : a Canadian nationalist (by Paul Goetsch); Margaret Atwood, the land, and ecology (by Ronald B. Hatch); Recycling culture : kitsch,camp, and trash in Margaret Atwood's fiction (by Lorna Irvine); Mythologic al intertexts in Margaret Atwood's works (by Sharon R. Wilson); Re-constructions of reality in Margaret Atwood's literature : a constructionist approach (by Klaus Peter Mu¨ller). IV. Creativity - Transmission - Reception : Challenging the reader : an analysis of Margaret Atwood's creative technique in her first published novel (by Helmut Reichenba¨cher); Creativity : an interview with Margaret Atwood (by Gabriele Metzler); Working with Margaret Atwood (by Ellen Seligman); Charted and uncharted courses (by Nan A. Talese); On loyalty and love (by Liz Calder); Representing Margaret Atwood (by Phoebe Larmore); Assisting Margaret Atwood (by Sarah Cooper); Reminiscing (by Helmut Frielinghaus); On translating Margaret Atwood (by Brigitte Walitzek); The J-stroke (by Arnulf Conradi). Margaret Atwood in statements by fellowwriters. Cartoons by and on Margaret Atwood. Very good. 20.00

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213 ATWOOD, Margaret. Good Bones and Simple Murders. First Edition in dustjacket.
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 2001, ISBN:077100866x 
ATWOOD, Margaret. Good Bones and Simple Murders. Illustrated by the author.(Toronto): McClelland & Stewart, (2001). First thus printing. Pp. (6),vii- viii,(2),1-164,(2). 8vo, green cloth spine, eggshell paper covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. "The first time these writingsd have been available in a single volume, 'Good Bones and Simple Murders' is Margaret Atwood ather offbeat, exquisite best. In this compilation of short works that defy easy categorization, Margaret Atwood displays the trademark wit and virtuosity of her bestselling novels, brilliant stories, and insightful poetry. Among the miniatures gathered here are Gertrude offering Hamlet a piece of her mind, the real truth about the Little Red Hen, a reincarnated bat explaining how Bram Stoker got 'Dracula' all wrong, and the five home-economist methods of making a man. There are parables, monologues, prose poems, condensed science fictions, reconfigured fairy tales, and other diminutive masterpieces -- punctuated with charming illustrations by the author." - from the dustjacket. Contents: Murder in the Dark; Bad News; Unpopular Gals; The Little Red Hen Tells All; Gertrude Talks Back; There Was Once; Women's Novels;The Boys' Own Annual, 1911; Stump Hunting; Making a Man; Men at Sea; Simme ring; Happy Endings; Let Us Now Praise Stupid Women; The Victory Burlesk; She; The Female Body; Cold-Blooded; Liking Men; In Love with Raymond Chandler; Simple Murders; Iconography; Alien Territory; My Life as a Bat; Hardball; Bread; Poppies: Three Variations; Homelanding; The Page; An Angel; Third Handed; Death Scenes; We Want It All; Dance of the Lepers; Good Bones. Verygood in unclipped dustjacket. 20.00

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214 ATWOOD, Margaret. Handmaid's Tale. First Edition in dustjacket.
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1985, ISBN:0771008139 
ATWOOD, Margaret. The Handmaid's Tale. (Toronto) : McClelland and Stewart, (1985). First Canadian Edition. Pp. (12),13-324,(4). 8vo, beige cloth boards, maroon spine, beige lettering to spine. Spadoni and Donnelly 3587. "'TheHandmaid's Tale' is a radical departure for Margaret Atwood. Set in the ne ar future, in a locale that oddly resembles Cambridge, Massachusetts, it describes the life in what was once the United States. Now, however, it has become the Republic of Gilead, a monolithic theocracy that has reacted to social unrest and a sharply declining birthrate by reverting to the repressive intolerance of the original Puritans, and has gone far beyond them. This regime takes the Book of Genesis absolutely at its word, with bizarre consequences for women, and for men as well. The story is told through the eyes of Offred, one of the unfortunate 'Handmaids' under the new social order. In condensed but eloquent prose, by turns cool-eyed, tender, despairing, passionate, and wry, she reveals to us the dark corners behind the establishment's calm facade, as certain tendencies now in existence are carried to their logical conclusions." - from the dustjacket. Gift inscription inked opposite title page, light nicking and faint ridge-wear to spine, else a very good copy in unclipped dustjacket. 250.00

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215 ATWOOD, Margaret. Moral Disorder. Galley Proof
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 2006, 
ATWOOD, Margaret. Moral Disorder. (Toronto) : McClelland & Stewart, (2006).Galley Proof. Pp i-x,1-230. 4to, black comb-bound, illustrated white card covers. Lacking rear cover, tears to top of spine at front cover, corners creased, else very good. 50.00

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216 ATWOOD, Margaret. Procedures for Underground. Signed
Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1970, 
ATWOOD, Margaret. Procedures for Underground. Tor.: Oxford University Press, 1970. First Edition. Pp [1]-79,(1). 8vo, illustrated white card covers. A paperback original. Front cover creased, half-inch tear to top of front cover and title page, rubbed, tape mark to top of title page, else very good. Signed and inscribed by Margaret Atwood. 60.00

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217 ATWOOD, Margaret. Quiet Game and other early works. Edited and annotated by Kathy Chung and Sherrill Grace, with an introduction by Sherrill Grace and illustrations by Kathy Chung.
Juvenilia Press, Edmonton, Alberta, 1997, ISBN:0969827180 
ATWOOD, Margaret. A Quiet Game and other early works. Edited and annotated by Kathy Chung and Sherrill Grace, with an introduction by Sherrill Grace and illustrations by Kathy Chung. (Edmonton, Alberta) : Juvenilia Press, (1997). Pp [i]-xv,(1),1-27,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated yellow card covers. Contents : Foreword (by Julie McMaster). Introduction (by Sherrill Grace). Margaret Atwood's Texts : A Quiet Game; Pause Before Transition; A Recent Grave. Lightly rubbed, else very good. 40.00

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218 ATWOOD, Margaret. Robber Bride. A novel. First Edition in dustjacket, signed.
McClelland and Stewart, Toronti, 1993, ISBN:077100821x 
ATWOOD, Margaret. The Robber Bride. A novel. (Toronto) : McClelland & Stewart, (1993). First Printing. Pp. (12),3-546,(4). 8vo, green cloth, copper lettering to spine. "'The Robber Bride', set mainly in Toronto in the presentday, is the wise, unsettling, drastic story of three women -- Roz, Charis, and Tony -- whose lives share a common wound: Zenia, a woman they first me t as university students in the sixties. Zenia is smart and beautiful, by turns manipulative and vulnerable, the turbulent centre of her own never-ending drama. She has at various points entered into their separate lives to ensnare their sympathy, betray their trust, and exploit their weaknesses. But she's irresistible, and, as Tony says, people like Zenia can never step through your doorway unless you invite them. Now Zenia, thought dead, has suddenly reappeared -- in a restaurant where the three are sharing a decorouslunch. In this richly layered, narrative, Atwood skilfully evokes the deca des of the past as she reveals the dark, sometimes chilling, aspects of hercharacters' childhoods. She retraces their lives, including their catastro phic encounters with Zenia, until we are back in the present -- where it's yet to be discovered whether Zenia's 'pure, free-wheeling malevolence' can still wreak havoc." - from the dustjacket. Gift inscription inside front board, else very good in unclipped dustjacket. Signed without inscription by Atwood on the flyleaf. 35.00

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219 ATWOOD, Margaret. Tent. First Edition in dustjacket.
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 2006, ISBN:0771008732 
ATWOOD, Margaret. The Tent. (Toronto) : McClelland & Stewart, (2006). FirstPrinting. Pp (10),[1]-155,(1). 8vo, black cloth, metallic red lettering to spine. Margaret Atwood's highly imaginative new collection of mini-fiction s. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 16.00

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220 ATWOOD, Margaret. GRACE, Sherrill E., intro. Circle Game. First thus printing.
Anansi, Toronto, 1978, ISBN:0887840701 
ATWOOD, Margaret. The Circle Game. . Toronto : Anansi, (1978). First Anansipocketbook edition. Pp 95. Sm 8vo, card covers. House of Anansi Poetry, HA P3. Cover design by Frank Newfeld. Introduction by Sherrill E. Grace. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping charges should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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