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It is my understanding that Eden is considered an Econowife-- the grey outfits, the attempting to get pregnant while minding her own home/household. Whether or not that holds some upward mobility since Nick is a Guardian (not a menial laborer) is possible, but its speculation on our part so I didnt want to include it due to its ambiguity. You make an awesome point though. • save

I really, really loved the conversation between Samira's character and Offred's husband. It felt really true to life. Like, as a dude myself, it took a really long time to see that even though I'm gay, I still have male privilege. I don't have to worry about walking alone at night or getting cat called or getting sexually assaulted or made fun of for my gender at anywhere near the rates of women and trans people.

false •Have you ever heard of Coleridge and the suspension of disbelief? "...a semblance of truth sufficient to procure for these shadows of imagination that willing suspension of disbelief for the moment, which constitutes poetic faith." In the majority of cases, we don't even realize we're granting the author and the story our suspension of disbelief. We just believe, because we are prepared to, because we know that if we don't, then reading is no use, especially if what we are dealing with is a fantasy or sci-fi book. Lo and behold, this book made me struggle to grant it my suspension of disbelief. I still have not decided if it was due to the writing, or the story in itself, or something else yet, but that is what happened, and it totally ruined it for me.

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Ready Player One, as in the book, pays homage to popular culture from various time periods, mainly the 1970s and 1980s but also extending to the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s; reviewers have identified well over a hundred references to films, television shows, music, toys, video games, anime, and comics from these eras. [53] [54] [55] Cline did not have any issues with these copyrighted elements when he published the book, but was aware that securing all necessary rights would be a major obstacle for a film adaptation. This task was eventually made easier thanks to Spielberg's reputation in the film industry. [19] Spielberg and producer Kristie Macosko Krieger spent several years securing the rights for the copyrighted elements used in the film long before filming began, knowing that some scenes would not be possible without certain copyrighted elements. [56] [57] In the end, Spielberg estimated that they managed to get about 80% of the copyrighted elements they desired, [19] noting that in some cases, the filmmakers were able to secure rights for some but not all the characters they wanted. In negotiating with Warner Bros., they could not secure Close Encounters of the Third Kind from Columbia Pictures, despite the latter being one of Spielberg's first films as director. [58] • Spanish/English Learners

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E04 - God Bless The Child Things didn't go Serena's way right from the beginning, don't forget. She apparently expected women to play a role in implementing policy in the new state of Gilead, as we saw in one of the episodes. Obviously Gilead turned out very differently from how she imagined it would.

Offred can read but not translate the phrase " nolite te bastardes carborundorum" carved into the closet wall of her small bedroom; this mock-Latin aphorism signifies "Don't let the bastards grind you down". [60] Awards [ edit ] • Timeline

Bruce Miller, the executive producer of The Handmaid's Tale television serial, declared with regard to Atwood's book, as well as his series, that Gilead is "a society that’s based kind of in a perverse misreading of Old Testament laws and codes". [27] The author explains that Gilead tries to embody the "utopian idealism" present in 20th-century regimes, as well as earlier New England Puritanism. [14] Both Atwood and Miller stated that the people running Gilead are "not genuinely Christian". [28] [27] The group running Gilead, according to Atwood, is "not really interested in religion; they're interested in power." [16] In fact, in her prayers to God, Offred reflects on Gilead and prays “I don't believe for an instant that what's going on out there is what You meant.... I suppose I should say I forgive whoever did this, and whatever they’re doing now. I’ll try, but it isn't easy.” [29] Margaret Atwood, writing on this, says that "Offred herself has a private version of the Lord's Prayer and refuses to believe that this regime has been mandated by a just and merciful God." [30] Walking side by side and speaking out the corner of their mouths, the pair exchange information about one another. And, just as we see in the TV show, Ofglen soon whispers to Offred that she is a member of the May Day resistance group – although Offred often wonders whether her friend’s claims are true.

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It was all a particularly vicious and brutal kind of gatekeeping. Gamergate’s targets were primarily people who were interested in performing feminist critiques of video games or in making nontraditional video games for women or disabled people or people of color. For this, packs of angry nerds decided that they must be punished. The reason she’s staying behind is very sound though. She needs to get Hannah out of there!!!

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Student's Name I haven't read the book and I agree. I understand people must put up a face and conform if they want to survive in such a personally restrictive society. I think we're slowly getting to see how people find ways to connect socially despite the rules (like sharing personal stories about yourself, PDA, and playing board games in private 😀)

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Launched Kelly Lawler of USA Today gave it a positive review, scoring it three out of four stars. She claimed it is an improvement over the second season, "that rights many – though definitely not all – of Season 2's wrongs." Overall, she wrote, "The new season is more propulsive and watchable, although it doesn't quite reach the heights of that first moving season. But Handmaid's regains its footing by setting off on a new path". [89]

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Offred is a slave name that describes her function: she is "of Fred" (i.e., she belongs to Fred–presumed to be the name of the Commander–and is considered a concubine). In the novel, Offred says that she is not a concubine, but a tool; a "two legged womb". The Handmaids' names say nothing about who the women really are; their only identity is as the Commander's property. "Offred" is also a pun on the word "offered", as in "offered as a sacrifice", and "of red" because the red dress assigned for the handmaids in Gilead. [19] scenic artist

I loved how they revealed that Lawrence was a better guy than we thought. It was initially surprising when he brings Emily to the meetup place. But then you recall that he was not in fact so brutal as he made himself out to be. He didn’t go through with the ceremony but told Aunt Lydia that Emily did well anyway. He was not the one that took out his Martha’s eye. He might have had the idea of sending women to the colonies and regretted it afterwards. The fact that his wife rebuked him for that without reprisal should have been a clue to me. And he likes rock music to boot but when a terrified Emily asks him to turn off Annie Lennox he does so. ...

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and soon everyone had to carry an Identipass. There was a crackdown In a sense, he "helps" them, for example if they can't become pregnant and are on their last assignment, they may need it in order to not be sent to the colonies

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Told with simplistic prose and stark attention to detail, Atwood describes life in the not too distant future where the United States has been transformed through military coup into a totalitarian theocracy. This dystopian horror story is made all the more real by the bridge Atwood has created between the world we know now and the world that could be – the story’s protagonist remembers the time before the change. This is, to my knowledge, a unique element in the dystopian genre, whereas in many others the setting is some time in the far future and there seems little hope for change or revolution. • ^ Bastién, Angelica Jade (June 2017). "The Handmaid's Tale's Greatest Failing Is How It Handles Race". Vulture.

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Certain characters have a measure of plot armor going on, but that's not necessarily a bad thing because it is still story as much as it rests on "what would actually happen". I feel like a lot of the OG handmaids are gonna stick around for the fight so they has to survive 2 seasons • permalink

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I believe it also has to do with keeping them in check. Making them terrified of trying to attempt an escape. And just keeping it clear that they have all of the power. Another thing I have considered is that Gilead is a new government, and the handmaids know what it was like before they seized power. So, if Gilead was to stay in power and there were multiple generations of handmaids, I don't think they would be quite as harsh because they would have been born in that environment and therefore easier to control. This is true, and the genetically modified mumps thing is something in the epilogue of the book they speculate the commanders came into contact with which rendered some of them sterile.

Which is why the show should have ended here with her escape. Greedy executives decided to drag this out beyond where it makes sense.


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