"The Handmaid's Tale" is a novel by Canadian writer Margaret Atwood, published in 1985. The book tells the story of Offred, a handmaid in the totalitarian state of Gilead, which was formerly the United States. In Gilead, women are stripped of their rights and freedoms, and Offred is forced to serve a high-ranking Commander and his wife, fulfilling special duties under a strict regime. The book explores themes of female subjugation, control over the body, and individual identity, while also showing how political power can shape and control society. "The Handmaid's Tale" has become a classic of dystopian literature and has been widely acclaimed for its powerful and thought-provoking portrayal of a society ruled by oppression and fear.
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