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Margaret Atwood has published the sequel to 'Handmaid’s Tale' – and it’s come at the right time

People dressed up as characters from Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale" queue to get a copy of her new novel "The Testaments" at Waterstones bookshop in London, Britain, September 9, 2019 Image: REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

Sonia Elks

Journalist, Reuters


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