Originally posted on the becoming radical:
Readers often find the concluding section of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tales, titled “Historical Notes,” somewhat disjointed—if readers continue to the section at all. While these final pages are important to helping readers understand many of the nuances of the narrative constituting most of the novel, “Historical Notes” is…
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juggernaut 1. Something, such as a belief or institution, that elicits blind and destructive devotion or to which people are ruthlessly sacrificed. 2. An overwhelming, advancing force that crushes or seems to crush everything in its path. 3. Brit a very large lorry for transporting goods by road, esp one that travels throughout Europe.