This week Art and Loann dive into The Handmaid's Tale.
Margaret Atwood's novel, published in the 1980's is now a hit series for Hulu starring Elizabeth Moss.
We talk about the novel and the adaptation - how they differ, how they are the same, and what the story means to us today.
Discussed in this episode:
- Mary McCarthy's 1996 review of the novel in the The New York Times
- The Handmaid's Tale is a Warning to Conservative Women - Sarah Jones, New Republic
- Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood
Check out this episode!
Intro music by Maeve
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