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The nature of Offreds lost identity is very drastic Before the new religious group of Gilead took over the world she was a very normal every day woman She did what was expected of her time and continued to do so after the take over She had a husband and a daughter who she loved very much But the new society which she lives in love is not permitted If I thought that this would happen again I would die But this is wrong nobody dies from lack of sex Its lack of love we die from Theres nobody here I can love all the people I could love are dead or elsewhere Offred also had the choice of free will before her civilization changed But then slowly women began to lose all of their rights and were no longer allowed to have jobs or even to use money Sorry he said This number is not valid Thats ridiculous I said It must be Ive got thousands in my account Its not valid he repeated obstinately See that red light Means its not validp164 In the days of anarchy it was freedom to Now you are being given freedom from p24 Social class was not a racial matter before the take over and each individual was treated equally However slowly people of high social groups became much more powerful They were chosen as Commanders and the poorer individuals went to the Colonies which were farming communities Young woman were screened and the ones with viable ovaries were used as Handmaids and became bedridden slaves These Handmaids had children for the infertile Commanders wives They would be sent away to special schools where they were taught how to give birth and also to obey their masters without question You can always practice said Aunt Lydia Several sessions a day fitted into your daily routine Arms at the sides knees bent
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