The winner of last week's Great Wednesday Compare (Margaret Atwood Vs. Toni Morrison), with a final score of 15-2, was Margaret Atwood.
Of Morrison, Atwood writes, "[Her] versatility and technical and emotional range appear to know no bounds."
Obviously she's a fan, but the same can't be said about most visitors to my blog. Cited as confusing and unreadable by some, I was starting to expect Morrison would be shut out entirely (which would have been a first). Fortunately for her, two fans came to her defense. Though in response to Zon who asked about Faulkner: I'm also one of those who finds Morrison confusing (not unreadable) and yes, I find Faulkner confusing, too.
But this is a new week, and I'll try my best to appease those that implied voting last week was boring, like picking the lesser of two evils. This week Margaret Atwood is up against John Irving.
Remember, vote simply by adding your comment below, base it on whatever merit you choose (even if that means hair style), voting does not end until Tuesday at 11:59 p.m. (August 28st), and please spread the word!