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  • Margaret Atwood has always been a poet; her poetry collections make visible the taproot of the wry wise metaphysic that runs through her fiction and essays, and in a precarious time her new collection, Dearly, is a source of uncompromising elemental warmth

    Ali Smith, Observer, *Books of the Year*
  • Atwood's first poetry collection in over a decade is intimate, lingering delicately between the human and the natural, and this world and the next

    New Statesman
  • Atwood is surely one of our planet's most priceless commodities

    Goodreads Choice Awards 2020
  • She turns her eye to the past, to nature, to fantasy, to current affairs, all with the calm eye of a writer who has nothing to prove

    Maria Crawford, Financial Times Books of the Year
  • Here we see Atwood at the height of her poetic powers

    Emilia Phillips, New York Times Book Review

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