Margaret Atwood Live Chat on 'The Blind Assassin'

1book140_icon.JPG Attention 1book140 followers reading our June selection, Margaret Atwood's The Blind Assassin: Are you puzzled by the character of Iris? Intrigued by Atwood's use of similes? Perplexed by the novel's shifting narrative structure? Today is your chance to pose your most pressing queries about the novel to the author herself: Margaret Atwood will be answering reader questions today starting at 5 pm Eastern.

Send her questions on Twitter using #1b140_q, and follow the conversation here:

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