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Some critics say that The Handmaids Tale is a pure Science Fiction with little or no relevance to the actual society Margaret Atwood wanted to show a way of how far contemporary errors lead to Actually she took facts from today the book was written in 1986 and imagine how could become society if people do not do anything to arrange lifes quality Moving vivid and terrifying I only hope its not prophetic as Conor Cruise OBrien from The Listener This fear is almost easy to understand because of the facts we read in the book that we recognise in our contemporary world Then the idea would be to move things to show people that they have to change habits way of thinking It is important to know that Margaret Atwood was also a critic this could let us think that The Handmaids Tale is a critic of todays society It is also a critique of anti-abortion rhetoric and some reproductive technologists In Gilead women do not have the control of reproduction The novel has been criticised for making capitalist contemporary America seem like a free haven Only the dictators argue that contemporary gender politics harm women httpendeavormednyuedulit-medlit-med-dbwebdocswebdescripsatwood157-des-html Effectively Angela Carter going in the same way says that The Handmaids Tale is both a superlative exercise in science fiction and profoundly felt moral story And we can focus in American society because in the book the society named Gilead refers to an idealistic society in the Bible is considered to be the future American society We will try to understand which facts Atwood found in todays society that are present in her great book But like everything we first have to check the context of Atwood 1986 society because she had great contemporary sources that surely influenced her way of thinking Fears The great separation The first thing that I recognised from todays
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