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Elisabeth Moss, Margaret Atwood Help To Tell Timely "Handmaid's Tale"
  • NEW YORK (AP)
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"The timing has been uncanny," says Margaret Atwood, marveling at how her 1985 novel, "The Handmaid's Tale," has not only been given renewed life as a TV series but has also gained disturbing urgency.

"Last November 7, they thought they were making a fantasy fiction series," Atwood says...

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