The Handmaid’s Tale Audiobook is based on dystopian theme. The book is authored by Canadian-born author Margaret Atwood. The book is authored by Canadian author Margaret Atwood. The book was originally released in Canada in English language by the McClelland and Stewart Publishers. It was published in 1985. The book is based on speculative fiction and dystopian genre.
The Handmaid’s Tale Audiobook – Novel Details And Review:
The novel explores misogyny and exploitation of women in our male-dominant society. It explores the life of women who face a hard time living in a male-dominant society to create their individual identity and independence.
The novel went on to become a bestselling author of its time. The book was in general very well-received by the readers and the critics praised the novel greatly as well. The book is a bold and conventional attempt of challenging stereotypes. The handmaid tale is nominated in several award categories and it has won several awards as well. This includes notable and honorary awards such as the Governor General award in 1985, the Arthur C. Clarke award in 1987 and the Prometheus award in 1987. The novel is also first of its kind books to win the commonwealth literature prize.
The handmaid’s tale Audiobook movie came out in 1990. The movie was directed by Volker Schlondroff and saw Natasha Richardson and Faye Dunaway in the lead roles. The feature film is based on screenplay written by Harold Pinter.
The book has also been adapted a 10-episode TV series. The main lead character was depicted by Elizabeth Moss in the TV series. The series was produced by Hulu. The show released in 2017 and 2018.
About Author (Margaret Atwood):
Born in Canada, Margaret Atwood is a literary expert. She is an award-winning poet, novelist, author and critic. She is also an active social worker.Listen To Audiobook
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