The Edible Woman

The Edible Woman

Book - 1969
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Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, 1969
Edition: 1st American ed
Characteristics: 281 p. ; 22 cm

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meldaravaniel
Aug 24, 2012

I keep expecting there to be some element of fantasy throughout this book, but there never is. It's a strange take on relationships, marriage, engagement and how people change as their titles do. Pretty good.

debwalker Oct 27, 2011

Atwood wrote about eating disorders before anyone talked about eating disorders. Still think about the egg thing whenever I eat a boiled egg.

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vcc
Oct 01, 2011

Atwood's first novel was not overly exciting and I did not feel compelled to finish the book, even halfway through.

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oliviay
Dec 16, 2009

Great book.

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annekim9
Feb 20, 2007

This is a true original.

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