Why should you read “The Handmaid’s Tale”? – Naomi R. Mercer

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Margaret Atwood’s speculative fiction masterpiece “A Handmaid’s Tale” explores the consequences of complacency and how power can be wielded unfairly. Atwood’s chilling vision of a dystopian regime has captured readers’ imaginations since its publication in 1985. How does this book maintain such staying power? Naomi R. Mercer investigates.

Lesson by Naomi R. Mercer, directed by Phuong Mai Nguyen.

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