The Handmaid’s Tale By Margaret Atwood
In the Republic of Gilead, things are so different from what they used to be especially for the women. She reminisces about the former good time she once had with her husband Luke and their daughter whom they cherished dearly. The successful life was living is all….
All that lives as memory and what she prays for now is for her boss to make love to her and become pregnant. This era began after a fundamentalist political group came into power branding themselves as the “sons of Jacob”. Due to STDs and other harmful environmental factors, may women are unable to give birth and those who are fertile can at least acquire minimum recognition from their bosses. Women are totally denied of their rights to read, associate and live as they ought to