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Il racconto dell'ancella - Margaret Atwood
Il racconto dell'ancella
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9788879286992 (8879286994)
Publisher: Ponte alle Grazie
Pages no: 329
Edition language: Italian
Series: Gilead (#1)
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3.0 The Handmaids Tale
by Margaret Atwood My first impression of this book was that it reminded me of Anne Frank's diary, writing in journal form about an oppressive situation in which the person writing must survive. Considering it was first released in 1985, the present tense writing that continued caught me off guard...
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4.0 THE HANDMAID'S TALE by Margaret Atwater, narrated by Claire Danes
Finally, I've read this! I had high expectations for this book, and it didn't quite live up to them, but it came pretty close. At times, I was outraged and at other times, I was just sad. Mostly because I see the seeds of some of this book's attitudes in our day to day lives now. I will admit ...
Hol
Hol rated it
5.0 The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
I didn't have an opportunity to write a review for this when I finished it several weeks ago, so I'm going to write a *very* brief review. I read this for Dystopian Hellscape. It was the first dystopian I'd read for ages and I loved it. Yes, it had a cloying, claustrophobic atmosphere, but that's ex...
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0.0 Halloween Bingo 2019: The Fourth Week
Reading blackout before the end of the first bingo month and two more completed bingos in week 4 for a total of three bingos so far -- if anybody had told me this going in, I'd have questioned their sanity. Not least because I had a major project to complete this month, which I knew was going to in...
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5.0 Gilead
Well, that was as soul-drenching as any double bill ever was (even though The Testaments is marginally more optimistic than The Handmaid's Tale). It's not always a good idea for an author to revisit one of their standout classics decades later, but in this instance it clearly worked. Atwood stay...
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