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Cat ’ s Cradle. The Handmaid ’ s Tale. Potpourri. July ’ s People. God of Small Things. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500.

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Symbol for man’s capacity for destruction through scientific advancement.

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What is Ice 9?

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What is “Call me Jonah” – biblical figure swallowed by a whale after trying to avoid God’s command and riff on Moby Dick’s Ismael – a man who goes on a journey with a maniacal sea captain hell-bent on defeating a great whale.

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A group you claim allegiance to that is false, such as America or UT Longhorns

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What is a Granfalloon?

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The character who recited the following poem: Tiger got to hunt,/ Bird got to fly;/ Man got to sit and wonder, ‘Why, why,why?’/ Tiger got to sleep, Bird got to land;/ Man got to tell himself he understand.”

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Who is Julian Castle

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What is “…I would write a history of human stupidity; and I would climb to the top of Mount McCabe …and I would take from the ground some of the blue-white poison …thumbing my nose at You Know Who.”

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What is “Of-”, which when followed by the name of their commander indicates their submissive role?

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What is into short diary-like chapters collected into sections with headings that typically hint at time, place or action (“Night,”“Shopping,”“Waiting Room”)

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Which character, who serves as a foil to Offred, does Offred encounter at Jezebel’s and how is her fate more or less tragic than Offred’s?

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Who is Moira, who cannot be contained by the aunts or effectively “re-educated” so she escapes and is recaptured only to be forced into (or willingly enger into?) prostitution

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The significance of the “Historical Notes on THMT” found at the end of the novel.

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What is to provide an explanation for how the narrative has been passed on despite the restrictive nature of Gilead, to indicate the futility of such societies?

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What is “nolite te bastardes carborundorum” or don’t let the bastards get you down

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A symbol used by both Atwood and Vonnegut to suggest the brutality of totalitarian regimes. For the characters in Vonnegut’s novel, the threat is empty; for Atwood’s characters, the threat is palpable

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What is the hook?

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A limited geographic setting creates both a sense of claustrophobia and (paradoxically) a sense of isolation.

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What is South Africa?

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This gift Bam provided to the village intoxicated the Smales family and revealed their savage natures.

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What are the warthogs (Bam and Maureen kept the smaller, more delicious one for their own family).

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Three levels of conflict explored by Gordimer through her characters in July’s People.

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What is “She runs.” As Marueen runs toward the helicopter, desperate for an escape whether it be freedom or capture.

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The twins.

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Who are Esta and Rahel?

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Who is Kuttappen?

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What are banana jam, the boat, The Sound of Music, the blue plymouth, the love-in-tokyo/Elvis poof/child’s watch, the history house, the river, Pappachi’s moth, Kathakali dancers, wedding ring/snake charm, etc.

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Who was Father Mulligan?

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Character who ironically reinforces the societal injustice he claims to oppose.

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Who is Chacko?

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