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Rosa linda fregoso, professor of latin american and latino studies, feminist studies, and film and digital media human rights, feminicide, and violence studies critical and cultural theories decolonial and intercultural feminist studies media and visual studies. - the handmaid's tale as a warning to society margaret atwood's renowned science fiction novel, the handmaid's tale, was written in 1986 during the rise of the opposition to the feminist movement atwood, a native american, was a vigorous supporter of this movement. Co-edited by the indian speculative fiction writer mimi mondal, the book is 'seamless experience of thanking, mourning and expressing indebtedness' feminist science fiction writer.
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