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The Handmaid’s Tale

Reading Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale was, in a way, disturbing.

It is an example of an extremist response to the fear society has towards female independence and control over their own bodies and rights. 532 more words

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The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood

‘Dystopia at its worst’ is what I felt when I finished reading Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. Set in a future time, the novel describes the living conditions in what had been U.S where laws are strictly imposed and people are distinguished based on dress codes and gender – The Republic of Gilead. 642 more words

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Only Ever Yours in Context: The Handmaid's Tale

Only Ever Yours is billed as, “The Handmaid’s Tale meets Mean Girls.” I’m not ashamed to admit to a shortness of breath at that. 737 more words

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Where the Grass is Never Green

What could be worse than spilling coffee on your white blouse before you even get to work? Or stepping bare foot in a pile of dog vomit first thing in the morning? 320 more words

Book Review: The Bees (2014)

This book had been on my TBR list for what felt like, forever! From the first mention of this book on Goodreads, over a year ago now, I was intrigued and knew this would be something I would read as soon as physically possible. 600 more words

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#48: The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood (Katarina)

The Handmaid’s Tale (1985) is a dystopian novel set in a near future. Society has changed after a staged terrorist attack that killed the President and most of Congress. 540 more words

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Book #13 - The Handmaid's Tale

My read of the week for the past week is The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood. Atwood’s story takes place in a dystopian version of the United States, where women have forfeited their rights. 359 more words

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