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Der Report der Magd - Margaret Atwood, Helga Pfetsch
Der Report der Magd
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4.70 25
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9783548607184 (3548607187)
Publisher: List
Pages no: 410
Edition language: Deutsch
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Fantasy, Literature
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4.5 Nolite Te Bastardes Carborundorum
“Don't let the bastards grind you down.” The future fucking sucks. That's one of the lines from the promotional posters from The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu, and it's a good way to set the tone between the two works. While they both carry the same chilling version of a Dystopian (but still too ...
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Mary's Books rated it
3.5 College Read
I read this book in the long ago and far away. I was in college and had it as an assigned book. I enjoyed it at the time. We discussed the possibilities of it happening. I know that I will be rereading the book again, as I didn't sell my Literature books back at the end of a year and I still have th...
Awogfli - Bookcroc
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5.0 Erschreckende Fiktion, die in einigen Teilen der Welt fast Realität ist
Diese dystopische Welt der Margret Atwood ist teilweise sehr schwere Kost. Der im Roman dargestellte totalitäre theokratische Überwachungsstaat Gilead im Norden Amerikas hat alle Frauen komplett entrechtet und mit ihnen auch einige Männer. Die gesamte Gruppe der Frauen ist in mehrere Schichten segre...
Sassafrass
Sassafrass rated it
4.5 Does this author know the future?
The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood *4.5 STARS* So, um, yeah, that just happened. I finished reading this book and I was floored. I had to go to fluffy, light reading for a few days just to help process this. The book was great, it was, but it was eerie that a book written in 1986 can be s...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it
4.0 The Handmaid's Tale - Review
Better never means better for everyone, he says. It always means worse, for some. - Chapter 32 This is the story of Offred (of Fred). She is a handmaid in a society that has difficulty reproducing effectively. Fertile women are "given to" powerful men, in order to bear them children. This is a ...
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