On entering the St Lawrence Market in Toronto, you meet a small stand offering examples of ecologically sound goods and views. The advertisement fronting it portrays Margaret Atwood, watering can in hand, exhorting us to act in a sustainable fashion. A TV programme casually switched on gives her talking about the future of the planet and the plight of the polar bear, or talking, reading and being interviewed at the World Book night in March, London, 2011. She is culturally active and creatively prolific, at the height of her powers, and seemingly everywhere.
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