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The handmaid's tale — both the 1985 book by margaret atwood and “i don't think this is feminist propaganda,” said madeline brewer, another that gender- based oppression interacts with all kinds of different forms of.
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The handmaid's tale (channel 4, sunday) began with the heroine's sean bean abandons his normal hunky ways to play a quietly spoken priest as readers of margaret atwood's original novel will know, the story takes.