Governmental procreation | Simon Schama Meets
Margaret Atwood cites Romania and Nazi Germany who, like ''The Handmaid's Tale'', have been historically inclined to enforce particular procreation of certain groups or peoples.Tweet
Frankenstein and the Vampyre: A Dark and Stormy Night
An exploration of the extreme weather that was the backdrop to the creation of Frankenstein and the modern vampire.
Handmaid's history | Simon Schama Meets
Margaret Atwood describes how history is cyclical and contemporary leaders or movements are based on nostalgic whims of the past. ''The Handmaid's Tale'' spoke of the theocracy of New England's Puritan's past.