Name: Instructor: Class: Date: Handmaid’s Tale Character of Offred For the new readers out there, Offred is the main character of The Handmaid’s Tale novel by Margaret Atwood. It is set up in a dystopian future characterized by Christian theocracy in America. The plot tends to follow various events as seen in the eyes of Offred, a woman forced to become a surrogate mother to a ranked official. The novel deals with themes such as religious fundamentalism, freedom variation, and female subjugation. It is seen as a modern classic that has attracted studies and banishment in equal measures.
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