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Margaret Atwood discusses her life and work – The Royal Society of Literature
November 28, 2012, 12:00 AM
The Royal Society of Literature, founded by George IV in 1820, celebrates and nurtures all that is best in British literature, past and present. We organise roughly twenty-four events a year; make awards and grants to established and emerging writers; run regular Masterclasses with the Booker Prize Foundation; and campaign on issues affecting writers, such as the closure of local libraries or reductions in PLR payments.
Margaret Atwood discusses her life and work at this special Royal Society of Literature event.