The Handmaid's Tale Essay | The Importance and Presentation of Moira in A Handmaid's Tale

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The Importance and Presentation of Moira in A Handmaid's Tale

Summary: Discusses The Handmaids Tale by Magaret Atwood. Considers the importance and presentation of Moira.
Moira is presented through Offred as the novel is written in first person narrative. The readers get a very biased view of Moira because we only got Offreds view of Moira.

This is important because this makes offred "feel safer knowing that Moira is here." When offred is in the Jezebels she spots Moira who had escaped. "I'm willing so hard, she must look at me...before she disappears." Moira was Offreds only friend. Although Moira is presented in her own voice as she is describing how she escaped. Moira is presented through speech it shows the importance of Moira. Moira fills in a lot of Offred's past and things that Offred is not allowed to find out being a handmaid.

Moira is presented through her actions as rebellious - through her escape.This shows the importance of the hope...

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