Definition of Atwood, Margaret in English:

Atwood, Margaret

proper noun

  • (1939–), Canadian novelist, poet, critic, and short-story writer; full name Margaret Eleanor Atwood. Notable works: "The Edible Woman" (1969), "The Handmaid's Tale" (1985), "Cat's Eye" (1989), and "The Blind Assassin" (Booker Prize, 2000)

Pronunciation:

Atwood, Margaret

/ˈatˌwo͝od/