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The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

After over 30 years, Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale (1985) gets its harrowing TV adaptation and even the mighty author herself cannot believe the raw impact made by its disturbing premise on screen. Watching, rather than reading, the horrors of enslavement, subjugation, rape and mutilation faced by women in the service of men […]

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The State Of Fear

One of the most imperative concerns which have been raking the entire world for almost two decades now is global warming. Tagged as one of the most grisly and vicious intangible monsters which are insidiously exterminating the world at its own volition and pace, global warming is the crux of major deliberations at putative scientific […]

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National Dictionary Day

Aloof as the American continent can be geographically, it’s never been far enough to not disrupt, engage, captivate or at times attract criticism or humor (not humour) or even commendation from every corner of the world. Sure, the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans cut it off from the rest of the major landmasses on the […]

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Faustus and Conceit

Long before the Illuminati started lurking in the shadows, it was a secret society that opposed superstition, obscurantism, religious influence over public life and abuses of state power. A quick read of Doctor Faustus presents him as a hero of German folklore and a plain Christian villain. Illuminati may be spoken of in hushed tones, […]

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