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According to Doha Madani
The novel that inspired the Emmy TV series, "The Handmaid's Tale," continues for more than 30 years after the release.
Author Margaret Atwood announced on Twitter on Wednesday, writing on the continuation of his 1985 dystopian novel "Tests". The sequel will begin 15 years after the main character, Offred, escapes the state of Gilead, where women have lost their rights and are completely dominated by men.
"Everything you ever ask me about Gilaad and its internal activities is the inspiration for this book," Atwood said. "Well, almost everything! The second inspiration is the world we live in."
"Testamenty" will be released in September 2019, according to Atwood.
The "novel of a girl", which in some ways differs from a television show, represents a world in which women are forced into different roles, including children as infertile elite couples. This novel was adapted in 2017 for Hulu TV broadcasting.
Since the beginning of the show, many female activists have used red dress uniforms and white bonnets in political protests. One group of women stood in costumes outside the congressional confirmation hearing for the Supreme Court Brett Kavanaugh, which contained testimony from him and Christine Blasey Ford, who testified that she was sexually assaulted when they were teenagers.