The Handmaid's Tale
Cornelsen, 2005 - 315 pages
The Handmaid's Tale is the story of Offred. In the Republic of Gilead women have their roles assigned to them, and Offred has only one function: to breed. But Gilead cannot take away from her the memories of her earlier life, her hopes of a different life, and a desire for love and human warmth. (Quelle: Buchumschlag verso).
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