The Handmaid's Tale

Further reading

  • Adami, Valentina (2011), Bioethics Through Literature: Margaret Atwood's Cautionary Tales, Trier: WVT .
  • Atwood, Margaret (2001), Bloom, Harold, ed., The Handmaid’s Tale, Philadelphia: Chelsea House .
  • Cooper, Pamela (1997), "'A Body Story with a Vengeance': Anatomy and Struggle in The Bell Jar and The Handmaid’s Tale", Women’s Studies 26 (1): 89–123, doi:10.1080/00497878.1997.9979152 .
  • Dopp, Jamie (1994), "Subject-Position as Victim-Position in The Handmaid’s Tale", Studies in Canadian Literature 19 (1): 43–57 .
  • Gardner, Laurel J (1994), "Pornography as a Matter of Power in The Handmaid’s Tale", Notes on Contemporary Literature 24 (5): 5–7 .
  • Garretts-Petts, WF (1988), "Reading, Writing and the Postmodern Condition: Interpreting Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale", Open Letter, Seventh I .
  • Geddes, Dan (January 2001), "Negative Utopia as Polemic: The Handmaid's Tale", The Satirist  |chapter= ignored (help).
  • Hammer, Stephanie Barbé (1990), "The World as It Will Be? Female Satire and the Technology of Power in The Handmaid’s Tale", Modern Language Studies XX (2): 39–49, doi:10.2307/3194826 .
  • Malak, Amin (1987), "Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and the Dystopian Tradition", Canadian Literature 112: 9–16 .
  • McCarthy, Mary (9 February 1986), "No Headline: The Handmaid's Tale (Boston: Houghton Mifflin)", The New York Times (review), retrieved 9 May 2009  |chapter= ignored (help)
  • Mohr, Dunja M. (2005), Worlds Apart: Dualism and Transgression in Contemporary Female Dystopias, Jefferson, NC: McFarland 2005 .
  • Myrsiades, Linda (1999), "Law, Medicine, and the Sex Slave in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale", in Myrsiades, Kostas; Myrsiades, Linda, Un-Disciplining Literature: Literature, Law, and Culture, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 219–45 .
  • Stanners, Barbara; Stanners, Michael; Atwood, Margaret (2004), Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, Top Notes Literature Guides, Seven Hills, NSW, AU: Five Senses Education .

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