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The Handmaids Tale
Word Count: 1537
The Freedom's of a Society
In a society where women have freedom, they are usually susceptible to murder, rape, and other abuse. One way, to guarantee such torment does not go on, is to observe the women at all times. If women are kept secluded and monitored, the government can essentially guarantee that the females in their country are safe. The latter is the setup of the Gileadean society in Margaret Atwood's novel The Handmaid's Tale. Women have no rights. They are assigned their ranking (social class) and told what to do. They may not read or write, and if they…
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