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  • Shakespeare Devalued

    I have read several of Margaret Attwood's books, starting with "Surfacing" in the early 1990's. She has been a very consistent writer, and with that consistency, excellence and originality. Hag-Seed is a departure from those. Many have attempted to adapt the Tempest to their own ends, some successfully, but Attwood is not among them. This is a book of many characters, and some of them are clearly beyond her experience, as her portrayal of them is unbelievable (unbelief is part of the Tempest, but in this case, realism is a requirement). There are also slips, where an idea is brought forward, played out, then set aside, and later, brought forward again as if for the first time. You read a paragraph and think, "hang on ...", it rings hollow. Not her best work!

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