What Is There Freedom In The Handmaid's Tale
controlled and have no freedom. Women are expected to cover their body; they are subjected to
being treated as the weaker sex that aren’t allowed to read or learn. In this dystopian, women are
being controlled by men, by controlling women’s knowledge, feelings and attachment. Women in
this society are not allowed to have freedom; they are controlled by the commanders or their wife’s.
The women that are most controlled are those who are called slut, from low social status or the
women who have different religious beliefs or any belief in general, that the totalitarian feel, that
it is a threat to their society. This society shows people …show more content…
The handmaids are treated
unequal are given less opportunity and have to flow both the commander and the commander wife
demands. This dystopia has a lot of dark and unhuman moment we’re up to the end it does not
mention how the Gilead society started.
In a place where writing is forbidden which shows me how freedom of expression is
completely not available in this society, their rights have been taken away. “The Handmaids Tale”
is a cruel work of literature where there are no rights. Women specially handmaids are treated as
object in the sense that their children are taken away because the society qualifies them as unfit
mothers. Serena who is also a woman has a different kind of status as a woman, then the handmaid,
she orders the handmaid around and one day tells Offred that she should sleep with nick in order
to get pregnant and to see the daughter she believed to be dead in a picture. Not only men abuse
they’re power in this society, but also the wives who are given a little more of power by the men.
Women are completely not given rights and are pressured into not rebelling against they’re