The Handmaid's Tale

How did it make you, the reader, feel when you read Offred's account of the two horrific execution? explain in at least one paragraph

chapter 40-46

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Offred and Ofglen stare at the bodies. There is a sense of numbness that Offred feels. Offred reflects that a totalitarian state like Gilead are effective not by convincing people that the state is right but rather making them believe that there could no possibly be anything different.