The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood

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What is the importance of St. Julian of Norwich and All Souls at the end of the book?

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St. Julian of Norwich and All Souls play a significant role in shaping the religious beliefs of the group God’s Gardeners. They commemorate the day of Saint Julian and All Souls as they stand at the verge of extinction. The day reminds them of the role played by those who came before them and the need to...

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