The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood

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In The Year of the Flood, how does Adam One's explanation of creation and the fall of humanity compare to more standard Judeo-Christian ideas?  

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Margaret Atwood's The Year of the Flood is an interesting take on the creation and early biblical tales in Judeo-Christian beliefs.

In the story, humans essentially have the role of angels, messengers, and deities in a scientific setting. Adam One is the auspiciously benevolent ruler in control of everything, while other...

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