The TestamentsBook - 2019
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After The Handmaid’s Tale, the fight against a patriarchal society and the revolt against the subjugation of women continues in The Testaments. Three strong women come to terms with what they need to do to bring down the Puritan theocracy of Gilead and stand up for what they believe in. Available... Read More »
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“Once a story you’ve regarded as true has turned false, you begin suspecting all stories.” - p.307
“You don’t believe the sky is falling until a chunk of it falls on you.” - p. 66
"Astonishing," I exclaimed. "Not for nothing do we at Ardua Hall say 'Pen Is Envy.'"
"There were swings in one of the parks, but because of our skirts, which might be blown up by the wind and then looked into, we were not to think of taking such a liberty as a swing. Only boys could taste that freedom; only they could swoop and soar; only they could be airborne. I've never been on a swing. It remains one of my wishes." Part II - Chapter 3 - pg.16
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