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It s been almost five years since I wrote my review I ve rewritten large parts of it for clarity The main idea remains the same Extremist Judeo Christian beliefs have won America s culture war Now women have no rights They are slaves to men and the biblical patriarchal society in which they live The Handmaid s Tale is the first person account of one of these enslaved womenMassachusetts Turns Into Saudi ArabiaMore than thirty years have passed since The Handmaid s Tale was first published in 1985 but many still think of it as the go to book for feminist fiction It makes numerous best of lists the kinds with 99 other books everyone should read before dying Even so The Handmaid s Tale frustrates me a lot and not only because it contains run on sentences and needlessly abandons uotation marks This is no train wreck like Jos Saramago s Blindness but it s bad enough Simply put if you can ignore whether you agree or disagree with Margaret Atwood s ideas about politics religion and women s rights the plot and setting make no senseThe religiosity of the Reagan era inspired Atwood s dystopia in which fundamentalist Christians have taken over society While that premise does give me the heebie jeebies Atwood s taken the idea to a literal extreme to make a point This ruins the foundation of The Handmaid s Tale because most American fundies would balk at this world Atwood imagines the extreme of the extreme and in the process completely misunderstands American evangelicalism I m a heathen bastard and no fan of religion Fundamentalism has hurt people particularly women for millennia Extremism continues to hurt people every day especially in some parts of the world especially in some states Even so it s hard to accept Atwood s dystopia when it s set in the US in the near future and in Massachusetts one of the most progressive states in the country one of only sixteen states in the union with state constitutional protections for abortion since 1981 I believe Massachusetts is a liberal bastion when it comes to American women s reproductive rights so it s an odd setting for this brand of nightmare In recent decades Massachusetts is also one of the least religious states so it s an odd setting for a theocracy tooAtwood chose Massachusetts for its puritanical history I can embrace the connection to the Reagan administration in the same way I can embrace Orwell s fear of communism in 1984 but to imagine an unchanging puritanical Massachusetts reuires a bit too much Societies Don t Change OvernightThe Handmaid s Tale is told in first person by a woman who s lived in our present day or less as well as in this dark fundamentalist Tomorrowland She s gone from wearing flip flops and sundresses to a full body religious habit color coded red to match her subservient role She was married once had a child Now she s another s property one of the handmaids sent from one man s house to another The hope is that she will become pregnant when a prominent man s wife cannot Her life has been flipped and made forfeit She lives in fear and depression and abuse This is meant to make me unnerved and it doesButSimply because an author wants to comment on society doesn t mean he or she can ignore important logical story elements The logic part should be emphasized here I think given this is supposed to be science fiction not fantasy Although Atwood does insist The Handmaid s Tale is speculative fiction because that further legitimizes her storyor something Never mind that sci fi and fantasy are types of speculative fictionThere s a uestion I have that never gets answered not properly at least How did this happen so uickly How did we go from burning bras to having every part of our lives regulated Why did it take Massachusetts decades centuries to reject puritanism but only a few years to reject liberalismRights can erode but you don t see it happen on such a large scale and so seamlessly and not overnight Nothing happens overnight especially not governmental takeovers in relatively stable secular societies which is the book s scenario Societies evolve one way or another usually rather slowly Civil moral and regime changes don t sneak up on you It wasn t the case in Germany before Hitler in China before Mao in Afghanistan before the Taliban in Syria before its civil war It s not the case in 2016 with people like Ted Cruz and Donald Trump leading in GOP primary polls The world may be disappointing and horrible sometimes but it is rarely surprisingIf Atwood had built her dystopia on a chain of events that occurred over a longer period of time or explained how everything unraveled so uickly I might have been on board with the premise That isn t how The Handmaid s Tale is written though The explanations for the sudden changes are fantastical at best dependent on evil digitized money be careful with the mobile payments and bitcoins ladies and misogynistic conservative conspiracies that readers are to believe could bring millions of people to a stupefied halt and change culture in the blink of an eye view spoilerApparently it s easy to gun down all of Congress while it s in session Who knew hide spoiler Permainan Igo 1 have won America s culture war Now women خواطر فتى لم يرحل الكتاب الأول have no rights They are slaves to men and the biblical patriarchal society in which they live The Handmaid s Tale is the first person account of one of these enslaved womenMassachusetts Turns Into Saudi ArabiaMore than thirty years التبصرة والتذكرة في علوم الحديث ألفية العراقي have passed since The Handmaid s Tale was first published in 1985 but many still think of it as the go to book for feminist fiction It makes numerous best of lists the kinds with 99 other books everyone should read before dying Even so The Handmaid s Tale frustrates me a lot and not only because it contains run on sentences and needlessly abandons uotation marks This is no train wreck like Jos Saramago s Blindness but it s bad enough Simply put if you can ignore whether you agree or disagree with Margaret Atwood s ideas about politics religion and women s rights the plot and setting make no senseThe religiosity of the Reagan era inspired Atwood s dystopia in which fundamentalist Christians Ἡ ζωή ἐν τάφῳ have taken over society While that premise does give me the Медальонът Ч2 heebie jeebies Atwood s taken the idea to a literal extreme to make a point This ruins the foundation of The Handmaid s Tale because most American fundies would balk at this world Atwood imagines the extreme of the extreme and in the process completely misunderstands American evangelicalism I m a История на християнската църква Т2 heathen bastard and no fan of religion Fundamentalism کابوس ماجراهای آقای کا ۱ has Sidang Para Hantu hurt people particularly women for millennia Extremism continues to داستان شاهدخت سرزمین ابدیت hurt people every day especially in some parts of the world especially in some states Even so it s Вечірні крамниці вулиці Волоської hard to accept 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There are only a small handful of books that have affected me in a REALLY personal way In a way that I always try to put into words and always ultimately fail I have read a lot of books over the years and I ve liked many disliked plenty too loved and hated a smaller amount but out of the thousands I ve read there s less than ten maybe even less than five now I think about it that honestly hit me so hard that I would go so far as to say they changed me The Handmaid s Tale is a book that changed my lifeI know I know big dramatic statement to make I hear you And normally I wouldn t say that even about books I give five glowing stars but with this book it is nothing short of the truth This book was the spark that turned me into a feminist It was the spark that made me interested in gender politics and through that politics in general One of my favourite teachers in the world gave me this book and said I think you ll like this oneShe was so wrong I didn t like this book I loved it And I hated it I lost sleep over it I lived in it I was so completely absorbed into this world into this dark but oddly uiet dystopian reality There is something about the tone of Atwood s novels that works like a knife to my heart uiet rich the drama just bubbling under the surface of the prose Atwood doesn t waste words she doesn t sugarcoat her stories with meaningless phrases everything is subtle and everything is powerfulThis dystopia is a well told feminist nightmare An horrific portrait of a future that seems far too reminiscent of aspects of our own society and its very real recent history The best kind of dystopian fiction is for me that which convinces me this world might or could happen Atwood s world building may be sparse and built up gradually as the story unfolds but she slowly paints a portrait of stifling oppression and injustice that had me hanging on her every wordFor someone like me who was so caught up in Offred s experiences this book was truly disturbing In the best possible way There are so many themes and possible interpretations that can be taken from this book plenty of which I ve literally written essays on but I ll let new readers discover and interpret the book for themselves I will issue you one warning though the ending is ambiguous and puts many people off the book But for me it s one of the very few cases where an open ending has worked 100% It made the story even powerful in my opinion and guaranteed I would never be able to forget Offred and indeed this whole book We were the people who were not in the papers We lived in the blank white spaces at the edges of print It gave us freedom We lived in the gaps between the stories Blog Leafmarks Facebook Twitter Instagram Tumblr エッチな★ふれあい牧場 イグッ!!喘ぎまくる発育娘2 (エロマンガ島) handful of books that İmparatorluğun En Uzun Yüzyılı have affected me in a REALLY personal way In a way that I always try to put into words and always ultimately fail I Wolfhunter River have read a lot of books over the years and I ve liked many disliked plenty too loved and رحلة المكناسي - الإكسير في فكاك الأسير - 1789 hated a smaller amount but out of the thousands I ve read there s less than ten maybe even less than five now I think about it that Статский советник honestly نگاهی از درون به جنبش چپ ايران گفتگو با محسن رضوانی hit me so Broken Throne hard that I would go so far as to say they changed me The Handmaid s Tale is a book that changed my lifeI know I know big dramatic statement to make I A dama do rio e o lorde das Terras Altas Cavaleiros das Terras Altas Livro 1 hear you And normally I wouldn t say that even about books I give five glowing stars but with this book it is nothing short of the truth This book was the spark that turned me into a feminist It was the spark that made me interested in gender politics and through that politics in general One of my favourite teachers in the world gave me this book and said I think you ll like this oneShe was so wrong I didn t like this book I loved it And I السودان المأزق التاريخي وآفاق المستقبل hated it I lost sleep over it I lived in it I was so completely absorbed into this world into this dark but oddly uiet dystopian reality There is something about the tone of Atwood s novels that works like a knife to my 源君物語 6 heart uiet rich the drama just bubbling under the surface of the prose Atwood doesn t waste words she doesn t sugarcoat ከአሜን ባሻገር her stories with meaningless phrases everything is subtle and everything is powerfulThis dystopia is a well told feminist nightmare An Manual de Direito Tributário horrific portrait of a future that seems far too reminiscent of aspects of our own society and its very real recent คู่ป่วนสืบคดีพิศวง 6 ตอน อาถรรพ์ฤดูร้อน history The best kind of dystopian fiction is for me that which convinces me this world might or could Holy Sister happen Atwood s world building may be sparse and built up gradually as the story unfolds but she slowly paints a portrait of stifling oppression and injustice that 無職転生 ~異世界行ったら本気だす~ 3 had me قطار النسيان روايات احلام hanging on مجلس اول و بحران آزادیایدئولوژی نهضت مشروطیت ایران، جلد دوم her every wordFor someone like me who was so caught up in Offred s experiences this book was truly disturbing In the best possible way There are so many themes and possible interpretations that can be taken from this book plenty of which I ve literally written essays on but I ll let new readers discover and interpret the book for themselves I will issue you one warning though the ending is ambiguous and puts many people off the book But for me it s one of the very few cases where an open ending 回復術士のやり直し 2 ~即死魔法とスキルコピーの超越ヒール~ has worked 100% It made the story even powerful in my opinion and guaranteed I would never be able to forget Offred and indeed this whole book We were the people who were not in the papers We lived in the blank white spaces at the edges of print It gave us freedom We lived in the gaps between the stories Blog Leafmarks Facebook Twitter Instagram Tumblr

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Consider this not a ground breaking work of literature Consider this not a piece of fiction boasting an avant garde mode of narration Consider it not a commentary on the concept of subjugation of the weak by the ones holding the reins Consider it not a thinly veiled feminist diatribe eitherInstead consider The Handmaid s Tale an almost physical experience Consider Margaret Atwood a fearless deliverer of unpleasant news a messenger unafraid of dishing out the bone chilling cruel unaltered truth and nothing but the truthMove over Bram Stoker Move over HP Lovecraft Fade away into oblivion Edgar Allan Poe Disappear down the depths of obscurity Stephen King Your narratives are not nearly as coldly brutal your premonitions not nearly as portentous Because Ms Atwood presents to us something so truly disturbing in the garb of speculative fiction that it reminds one of Soviet era accounts of uotidian hardships in Gulag labour camps Speculative is itAren t the Offreds Of Fred Ofglens Of Glen Of warrens Of Warren of Gilead euivalent to the Mrs So and So s of the present reduced to the identity of their male partners Isn t the whittling down of a woman to the net worth of her reproductive organs and her outer appearance an accepted social Isn t blaming the rape victim causing her to bear the burden of unwarranted shame and social stigma a familiar tactic employed by the defense attorneyHasn t the 21st century witnessed the fate of Savita Halappanavars who are led to their untimely deaths by inhumane laws of nations still unwilling to acknowledge the importance of the life of a mother over her yet unborn childDoesn t the 21st century have materially prosperous nations governed by absurd archaic laws which prohibit a woman from driving a carDoesn t the world still take pleasure in terrorizing activists like Caroline Criado Perez with threats of rape and murder only because they have the audacity to campaign for female literary icons Jane Austen to become the face of Britain s 10 pound noteDo I not live in a country where female foeticide is as normal an occurrence as the rising and setting of the sunAre we still calling this speculative fictionSome may wish to labour under the delusion that the women belonging to this much vaunted modern civilization of ours are not experiencing the same nightmare as Offred and are at perfect liberty to do what they desire But I will notBecause when I look carefully I notice shackles encircling my feet my hands my throat my womb my mind Shackles whose presence I have become so used to since the dawn of time that I no longer possess the ability to discern between willful submission and conditioned subservienceBut thankfully enough I have Margaret Atwood to jolt me back into consciousness and to will me to believe that I am chained bound and gagged That I still need to break free I thank her for making me shudder with indignation revulsion and righteous anger I thank her for causing bile to rise up my throat And I thank her for forcing me to see that women of the present do live in a dystopia like Offred s United States of America We just prefer to remain blissfully blind to this fact at times Disclaimer I mean no disrespect to the other writers mentioned in this review all of whom I have read and deeply admire 盾の勇者の成り上がり 2 holding the reins Consider it not a thinly veiled feminist diatribe eitherInstead consider The Handmaid s Tale an almost physical experience Consider Margaret Atwood a fearless deliverer of unpleasant news a messenger unafraid of dishing out the bone chilling cruel unaltered truth and nothing but the truthMove over Bram Stoker Move over HP Lovecraft Fade away into oblivion Edgar Allan Poe Disappear down the depths of obscurity Stephen King Your narratives are not nearly as coldly brutal your premonitions not nearly as portentous Because Ms Atwood presents to us something so truly disturbing in the garb of speculative fiction that it reminds one of Soviet era accounts of uotidian شوهر آهو خانم hardships in Gulag labour camps Speculative is itAren t the Offreds Of Fred Ofglens Of Glen Of warrens Of Warren of Gilead euivalent to the Mrs So and So s of the present reduced to the identity of their male partners Isn t the whittling down of a woman to the net worth of دوره حقوق مدنی عقود معین 1 her reproductive organs and ستاره باران جواب یک سلام نامه های شاملو به اخوان لنگرودی her outer appearance an accepted social Isn t blaming the rape victim causing รักด้วยเล่ห์ ร้อยด้วยกล เล่ม 2 her to bear the burden of unwarranted shame and social stigma a familiar tactic employed by the defense attorneyHasn t the 21st century witnessed the fate of Savita Halappanavars who are led to their untimely deaths by inhumane laws of nations still unwilling to acknowledge the importance of the life of a mother over 4 Crimenes 4 Poderes her yet unborn childDoesn t the 21st century Прераждане и еволюция Книга първа have materially prosperous nations governed by absurd archaic laws which prohibit a woman from driving a carDoesn t the world still take pleasure in terrorizing activists like Caroline Criado Perez with threats of rape and murder only because they เมื่อคุณตาคุณยายยังเด็ก เล่ม 3 have the audacity to campaign for female literary icons Jane Austen to become the face of Britain s 10 pound noteDo I not live in a country where female foeticide is as normal an occurrence as the rising and setting of the sunAre we still calling this speculative fictionSome may wish to labour under the delusion that the women belonging to this much vaunted modern civilization of ours are not experiencing the same nightmare as Offred and are at perfect liberty to do what they desire But I will notBecause when I look carefully I notice shackles encircling my feet my キングダム 3 hands my throat my womb my mind Shackles whose presence I エッチな★ふれあい牧場 イグッ!!喘ぎまくる発育娘2 (エロマンガ島) have become so used to since the dawn of time that I no longer possess the ability to discern between willful submission and conditioned subservienceBut thankfully enough I İmparatorluğun En Uzun Yüzyılı have Margaret Atwood to jolt me back into consciousness and to will me to believe that I am chained bound and gagged That I still need to break free I thank Wolfhunter River her for making me shudder with indignation revulsion and righteous anger I thank رحلة المكناسي - الإكسير في فكاك الأسير - 1789 her for causing bile to rise up my throat And I thank Статский советник her for forcing me to see that women of the present do live in a dystopia like Offred s United States of America We just prefer to remain blissfully blind to this fact at times Disclaimer I mean no disrespect to the other writers mentioned in this review all of whom I نگاهی از درون به جنبش چپ ايران گفتگو با محسن رضوانی have read and deeply admire


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