by Margaret Atwood
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Explores debt as a central historical component of religion, literature, and societal structure, while examining the idea of humanity's debt to the natural world.
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December 16, 2008 In Payback, a timely collection of essays, novelist Margaret Atwood examines the ancient and central role that debt has played in our culture, literature and societies.
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