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Special Issue
March 2019

ISSN 1553-5053

New possible readings on The Handmaid’s Tale from an ethical perspective

The mandate of birth

The edges of a dystopian future

The female body as an instrument

Modes of response to patriarchal power relations

The Handmaid’s Tale: Different discursive frameworks around the sexuality of women and current problems

A slave state?

Journalistic material
The author of "The Handmaid’s Tale" confirmed that the Argentine dictatorship was one of her influences

Book review
Bodies and families transformed by assisted reproduction techniques

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