Freedom: Vintage Minis –

Can we ever be wholly free In this book of breathtaking imaginary leaps that conjure dystopias and magical islands, Margaret Atwood holds a mirror up to our own world The reflection we are faced with, of men and women in prisons literal and metaphorical, is frightening, but it is also a call to arms to speak and to act to preserve our freedom while we still can And in that, there is hopeSelected from The Handmaid s Tale and Hag Seed by Margaret AtwoodNTAGE MINIS GREAT MINDS BIG IDEAS LITTLE BOOKSA series of short books by the world s greatest writers on the experiences that make us human

6 thoughts on “Freedom: Vintage Minis

  1. Austenacious Austenacious says:

    Disappointingly, two thirds of this book are sections from novels which any Atwood fan will already have and the other third is an essay also available elsewhere For people who haven t read Atwood, then this could be a good taster but if you have and you were hoping for something new to get your teeth into, then you will be a tad disappointed

  2. TracyW TracyW says:

    Nice little book fits into a bag The usual Atwood, fantastic writing, my absolute favourite author Stories are extracts which have previously been published in other books.

  3. b k b k says:

    It s Margaret Atwood what s not to like

  4. Aishwarya rathor Aishwarya rathor says:

    What according to me is freedom Its free will, liberty and ability to give yourself your own laws.Margaret Atwood is a genius when it comes to writing about liberation especially of women and by the women.The book is a bit bizzare in a good way It started with two chapters from the Handmaid s tale and few from Hag Seed.Can we be wholly free This is the question she asked, and has answered in a very raw, delighful yet with emotions The book is a masterpiece and satisfying satisfying if you have read the two reference books.The concept of freedom according to the author is thoughtful and accurate She has a keen observation.

  5. Cliente Cliente says:

    Nesta edi o h apenas duas p ginas com a autora falando sobre liberdade no contexto do livro dela The Handmaid s Tale e ent o um cap tulo de The Handmaid s Tale onde as personagens tratam de liberdade repetitivo para quem j teve contato com THT ou outros textos de Atwood Interessante para quem n o teve, mas tamb m n o vai entender nada do trecho do romance.

  6. Client d' Client d' says:

    Re lire du Margaret Atwood ne laisse pas indemne niveau difficile d anglais si votre anglais n est pas au top