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The Handmaid's Tale

Summary: Describes the symbols, motifs and beliefs about "The Handmaid's Tale."
Have you ever stopped to think, "How would my life change if someone was in total control of it"" How do you think it would change? Do you think it would be difficult living this way? Would people adapt to the environment? What do you think would happen if nobody was in control of their own lives, if we at the mercy of someone else. What if our lives were a prison to our society"

In the "The Handmaids Tale" this is what happens. People are forced out of their daily lives and brought into new ones. Of-fred, the main protagonist, is trapped in Gilead as a handmaid. She is considered a `two legged womb' and only valued for her potential as a surrogate mother. The town of Gilead shows male dominance and women only for reproduction. Of-fred and all the other women are denied all their...

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