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Grace Marks, imprisoned-perhaps wrongly-for a vicious murder, is brought by an early expert in mental illness nearer to the moment she insists she has forgotten. Atwood's most disturbing and satisfying work since The Handmaid's Tale, this captivating new novel set in the 1840s explores the complex relationships between the entitled classes and the marginalized. Shortlisted for Britain's Booker Prize. These newly reissued Atwood titles will all be uniform trade paperbacks each with a reader's companion.