For as long as we have been granted freedoms, there have been people fighting to take those freedoms away; this is the most human of cycles.
The second season of The Handmaid's Tale officially kicked off this week, premiering the first two episodes of the season. Fans have been awaiting the second season with excitement and apprehension, and the series definitely delivered.
Feminist dystopian literature is nothing new. Magaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale may have spent weeks on the New York Times bestseller list last year, but it was originally published in 1985. That being said, you might have noticed an uptick in the number of feminist dystopian novels
We all know the success that Margaret Atwood has been raking in with her hit novel-turned-series The Handmaid’s Tale as well as Alias Grace. The dark dystopian work has us often asking ourselves "what if...?" Its chilling story makes for good TV, as the series did win
The powerful adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale (and its many Emmy wins) has sparked the need for feminist dystopian literature inside us all! Below are five must-reads on just that.