Being a Woman in

No matter what, being a woman in the dystopian Republic of Gilead is awful. Whether you’re a handmaid forced into surrogate slavery, or a Wife who is not even allowed to read/write, all women are oppressed. regardless of their rank. However, no matter what their lot in life, the women of Gilead, in their own ways, do show resilience.

  • For those unfamiliar with THE HANDMAID'S TALE, you should definitely situate your reader so that he/she understands where your topic is stemming from. Also, I'm not exactly sure what your argument is? The topic is pertinent and one worth exploring, but there is no point of agreement or disagreement, thus leading to a statement as opposed to a topic for a critical analysis. – danielle577 4 years ago

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