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Critical Essay | Interview by Margaret Atwood with Earl G. Ingersoll

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Interview by Margaret Atwood with Earl G. Ingersoll

SOURCE: "Waltzing Again: A Conversation with Margaret Atwood," in Margaret Atwood: Conversations, Ontario Review Press, 1990, pp. 234-38.

In the following interview, Atwood discusses her relationship to her readers and critics of her works as well as the themes of Cat's Eye.

[Ingersoll]: Since as you know I've been working on a collection of your interviews, could we begin by talking about interviews? You have been interviewed very frequently. How do you feel about being interviewed?

[Atwood]: I don't mind "being interviewed" any more than I mind Viennese waltzing—that is, my response will depend on the agility and grace and attitude and intelligence of the other person. Some do it well, some clumsily, some step on your toes by accident, and some aim for them. I've had...

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