AE Associated Press Writer There is gallows humor, and then there is Margaret Atwood. The masterful Canadian writer is emerging as literature's queen of the apocalypse. And the dark visions Atwood again summons in "The Year of the Flood" (Doubleday, 448 pages, $26) prove quite illuminating.

Book Review: Atwood bright in dark, apocalyptic 'Flood'

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