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Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

1. What do Offred and the other Handmaids call the detention center where they were kept?

2. With whom does Offred do her shopping?

3. What is the name of the society in which Offred lives?

4. Why do all the shops in Gilead have pictures instead of written signs?

5. What did Serena Joy do before the new society was formed?

6. What function do Handmaids serve?

7. Why is the need for Handmaids so great in Gilead?

8. What is the title of the man with whom Offred must have sex?

9. Who is Luke?

10. Where does The Handmaid’s Tale take place?

11. What happened to Offred’s daughter?

12. What does the Commander ask Offred to do when he calls her into his study?

13. What is the Wall?

14. What does Ofglen tell Offred when they are looking at the prayer machines?

15. Who is Moira?

16. What is the Ceremony?

17. What is a Martha?

18. How did the founders of the Republic of Gilead first clamp down on women’s rights?

19. What is the name of the club where the Commander takes Offred?

20. Who does Offred see at the club?

21. How does Serena plan to get Offred pregnant?

22. What is a Salvaging?

23. What is the password for Ofglen’s dissident group?

24. What happens to Ofglen?

25. At the end of the novel, who comes to take Offred away?

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Just remember .....

by NammaApsu, April 28, 2017

It's a work of fiction and ONLY one person's perspective.

Drawing correlations to any modern or real time events is exclusively subjective aka in the mind of the reader ALONE.

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