The manuscript of Margaret Atwood’s “Frogless,” written on a hotel notepad in Sweden. “There’s something about jet-lag that breaks down barriers.”

The manuscript of Margaret Atwood’s “Frogless,” written on a hotel notepad in Sweden. “There’s something about jet-lag that breaks down barriers.”

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