Now you are being given freedom from. Don't underestimate it" (Atwood, 24). Therefore, Gilead crucified men and women exploring sexuality and lust to give âfreedom fromâ pain and consequence. However, Gilead was mandating to revoke freedoms such as human feeling, experience, and rights leaving men and women with their only liberty in the theocratic society: âfreedom fromâ the dangers of the surrounding world...
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Offred did think she had problems in her days before Gilead. âIn the afternoon, when Luke was still in flight from his wife,â before Offred was solidified, she worried what would happen if they were caught in their adulterous acts, or if they were ever going to be happy. It was only after her transfer into a totalitarian society that she realized she was truly happy then, and that her problems in the first society signified âfreedom toâ feel and experience...