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Sovereign: Part Three
It was Monday again. Amy wondered if she should even continue going to Mrs. Faye's manor. She felt like she had intruded too much in her burning curiosity to uncover information. After all, these weren't her stories to tell, they were Mrs. Faye's to be told or not be told. She'd learned that lesson in college when she aspired to interview Paulette Nils, a Black transgender woman who managed to escape a Sovereign reeducation camp. The email Amy received had been respectful but firm in its refusal.
Sovereign (Part One)
The Faye Estate was a blur under the torrential downpour. Amy Hartwell was ever so glad she had the sunroof of her Magnus GM fixed. It was wild, wishful thinking - a sunroof in countryside England? Even from the decades of erratic climate change, the UK was always remarkably wet and chilly.
'The Handmaid's Tale' Analysis: Chapter 20-22
CHAPTER 20 Offred and the Handmaids file into the house where Ofwarren is to give birth. Offred notices the large amount of food placed out for the celebration. It should be noted that in the sequel, The Testaments, food wastage is considered heinous because of the ongoing war slowing supply lines. This extravagance of food denotes the Wife's and Commander's status, especially the coffee and wine. Handmaids are not permitted caffeine or alcohol and have strict diets because of their role as breeding slaves. The inclusion of wine is also interesting because many modern day evangelical beliefs claim alcohol and drunkenness to be sinful. This is a symbol of privilege, a brief glance into the moral hypocrisy of the elite families that supposedly represent the utmost godliness.