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The Handmaid’s Tale is a novel by Margaret Atwood, published in 1985.
The Handmaid’s Tale investigates topics of oppressed ladies in a male centric culture and the different methods by which these ladies oppose and endeavor to pick up uniqueness and autonomy. The epic’s title echoes the segment portions of Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, which is a progression of associated stories (“The Merchant’s Tale”, “The Parson’s Tale”, and so on.).
The Handmaid’s Tale is organized into two sections, around evening time and by different occasions. The tale can be deciphered as a twofold account: focal hero Offred’s own battle and the handmaids’ shared predicament. The night segments are exclusively about Offred, and different areas (shopping, lounge area, family unit, and so on.) are the accounts that portray the conceivable existence of each handmaid, however from the point of view of Offred. In a considerable lot of these segments, Offred hops among over a wide span of time as she retells the occasions paving the way to the fall of ladies’ privileges and the current subtleties of the existence that she presently lives.