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  • Strong Serbian Christian Military And Paramilitary Forces
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    What had its roots in the ancient ethnic conflict in the Balkans led to the major tragic events in our modern world. The dictatorship government in Serbia began an operation of ethnic cleansing in the region of Kosovo. Strong Serbian-Christian military and paramilitary forces invaded Kosovo as if they were fighting against an equally strengthened force. Once in Kosovo, they started a brutal slaughter of the weakest part of the population, the part that had nowhere to run and had no money. One of...
  • Republic Of Gilead And Handmaids
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    This novel is an account of the near future, a dystopia, where pollution and radiation has rendered countless women sterile, and the birthrates of North America are dangerously declining. A puritan theocracy now controls the former United States called the Republic of Gilead and Handmaids are recruited to repopulate the state. This novel contains Atwood's strong sense of social awareness, as seen in the use of satire to comment on different social conditions in the novel. The Handmaid " sTale is...
  • Highest Ranking Woman In The Republic
    485 words
    As I reading the novel, The handmaid's tale, I recognized the Republic of Gilead, is a country, which is not only under the religious theoretic rule, but also dominated by the masculine power. All the men in the Republic have various of privileges that the women do not have. In the first 100 pages of the novel, I realized handmaids have think about using their bodies to make a deal with those Angle in order to escape from the red center, therefore, it hints from the beginning, men have greater p...
  • Ways Of The Gilead Society
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    In The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood creates the new world of Gilead, which has arisen out of 1980's America, yet which is a future few people would find desirable. In creating Gilead Atwood warns us against taking our present freedoms for granted, as well as suggesting that we should be careful about how we allow our social, political and environmental world to develop. At first glance it seems as though Atwood has created a distressing dystopia; a worst case scenario in a society which endu...
  • Religious Terms Used For Political Purposes Gilead
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    Women's Bodies as Political Instruments - Because Gilead was formed in response to the crisis caused by dramatically decreased birthrates, the state's entire structure, with its religious trappings and rigid political hierarchy, is built around a single goal: control of reproduction. The state tackles the problem head-on by assuming complete control of women's bodies through their political subjugation. Women cannot vote, hold property or jobs, read, or do anything else that might allow them to ...

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