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1 ATWOOD, Margaret Bodily Harm
Canada McClelland and Stewart 1981 0771008120 / 9780771008122 First Edition Hardcover Good Very Good 
0771008120 Signed upon half-title page by Margaret Atwood. 301 pages. "...a splendid, fully integrated work... superb..." - New York Times. Moderate wear to unmarked book. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A quality copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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2 Multiple Contributors Including Margaret Atwood and many Others Canada's Illustrated Heritage - Complete Set in 16 Volumes
Toronto N.S.L. Natural Science of Canada Limited 1978 First Edition Hardcover Good 
Published in the late 1970s, this magnificently illustrated set brings to life the richness of our real Canadian past, in all its colour and vitality. "There are no fictional embellishments. Some of Canada's best authors have used sensitivity, imagination, and true literary skill to tell Canada's story as it really was. These are not academic textbooks, but a fascinating and accurate 'social history' that should appeal to everyone." - Professor J. Michael Bliss, University of Toronto. "Delivers a totally new and essential look at ourselves, with a broad down-to-realities approach." - Peter C. Newman. Includes the following volumes: The First Canadians, The Colonial Dream 1497-1760, Redcoats and Loyalists 1760-1815, Days of the Rebels 1815-1840, Pioneer Days 1840-1860, Dawn of the Nation 1860-1870, The Age of Innocence 1870-1880, Canada Moves Westward 1880-1890, The Naughty Nineties 1890-1900, Into the 20th Century 1900-1910, The Years of Agony 1910-1920, The Crazy Twenties 1920-1930, The Hungry Thirties 1930-1940, A Time of Heroes 1940-1950, The Booming Fifites 1950-1960, The Years of Progress 1960-1970. Moderate to average wear. Unmarked with the exception of the last volume which bears a few library markings. Binding of the 1930-1940 volume is taped at title page. Binding of the 1900-1910 volume is weak at title page. A quality copy of this magnificent set. 
Price: 599.95 USD
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3 Atwood, Margaret Eleanor Canlit Foodbook
Canada Harper & Collins 1987 0002179083 / 9780002179089 First Edition Paperback Good 
0002179083 216 pages. Index of recipes. "...This may not be the most useful foodbook you will ever read. On the other hand, it may be the most eclectic.... A civilized literary symposium on the subject of food, containing, as it does, a great many extracts selected from Canadian poetry and prose, past, present, and coast-to-coast, on the subject of some of the things people put into their mouths with a view to ingestion. Viewed another way, it's a collection of recipes preceded by some amusing verbal shenanigans." - from back cover. Bit of writing inside front cover and atop half-title page. Average wear. Bit of curl to front cover. A sound copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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4 Atwood, Margaret Selected Poems : 1966-1984
Canada Oxford University Press 1990 019540808X / 9780195408089 First Edition Paperback Good 
019540808X 320 pages. 'A substantial introduction to Atwood's work' - from back cover. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Sound working copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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5 Atwood, Margaret. The Handmaid's Tale
Toronto, Canada McClelland and Stewart 1985 0771008139 / 9780771008139 First Edition Hardcover Good Good 
0771008139 Signed by author upon half-title page. True first printing. "Set in the near future in a locale resembling Cambridge Massachusetts, this work describes life in what was once the United States - A Clockwork Orange, as seen by women." - from dust jacket. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding tight. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. 
Price: 1500.00 USD
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6 Atwood, Margaret. The Handmaid's Tale
Toronto, Canada McClelland and Stewart 1985 0771008139 / 9780771008139 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good 
0771008139 True first printing. "Set in the near future in a locale resembling Cambridge Massachusetts, this work describes life in what was once the United States - A Clockwork Orange, as seen by women." - from dust jacket. Unmarked with light wear. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A quality copy. 
Price: 495.00 USD
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