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The Handmaid’s Tale (1988)

By Margaret Atwood They also serve who only stand and wait. 1985, USA: a new regime takes over and everything changes, but the change is insidious. Now women can no longer work, own property, or even retain control over their … Continue reading

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Qahera, Comic Strip

I have mixed feelings about this comic series. It addresses issues of contemporary Arab society and Islam, and it correctly distinguishes between proper Islamic teaching and patriarchal misogyny without messing with religion doctrine or wrongfully criticizing it for the sake … Continue reading

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Agent Carter

“I don’t need a congressional honor. I don’t need Agent Thompson’s approval or the president’s. I know my value. Anyone else’s opinion doesn’t really matter.” Summary Agent Carter  is a mini-series (8 episodes) centered around Agent Peggy Carter in the … Continue reading

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