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'The Handmaid's Tale' is a perfect mirror of modern times. Do we really need a sequel?

More than 30 years have passed since Margaret Atwood published "The Handmaid's Tale," a wrenching story of living under a patriarchal fundamentalist regime where fertility is prized and women are subjugated.

With a wildly successful adaptation airing on Hulu and women dressed as handmaids haunting anywhere their reproductive rights are at risk, Atwood's novel is more relevant

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