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Book review: The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood

This morally provocative fable is the Canadian author's first standalone novel for 15 years

By Serena Kutchinsky  

Canadian author Margaret Atwood is pictured in Toronto on March 6, 2012. Atwood's new novel "The Heart Goes Last" will be released in Canada on Sept. 29. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young.

These days when a significant literary novel is published, it’s title becomes a hashtag before it even hits the shelves. Twitter is currently buzzing with sneak peeks of the futuristic cover of Margaret Atwood’s new novel, her first standalone offering for 15 years. Aged…

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