Kisah Sang Handmaid
|Perancang sampul||Tad Aronowicz, rancangan; Gail Geltner, kolase (edisi pertama, sampul keras)|
|Penerbit||McClelland and Stewart|
|1985 (sampul keras)|
Kisah Sang Handmaid atau The Handmaid's Tale adalah sebuah novel distopia karya penulis Kanada Margaret Atwood, yang aslinya terbit pada 1985. Pada 2018, Atwood mengumumkan bahwa sebuah novel sekuel, The Testaments, akan terbit pada 2019.
Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]
Cosstick, Ruth (January 1986). "Book review: The Handmaids Tale". Vol. 14 no. 1. CM Archive. Diakses tanggal 2016-06-26.
Tad Aronowicz's jaggedly surrealistic cover design is most appropriate.
- "The Handmaid's Tale Study Guide: About Speculative Fiction". Gradesaver. 22 May 2009.
- Atwood, Margaret (17 June 2005). "Aliens have taken the place of angels". The Guardian. UK.
If you're writing about the future and you aren't doing forecast journalism, you'll probably be writing something people will call either science fiction or speculative fiction. I like to make a distinction between science fiction proper and speculative fiction. For me, the science fiction label belongs on books with things in them that we can't yet do, such as going through a wormhole in space to another universe; and speculative fiction means a work that employs the means already to hand, such as DNA identification and credit cards, and that takes place on Planet Earth. But the terms are fluid. Some use speculative fiction as an umbrella covering science fiction and all its hyphenated forms–science fiction fantasy, and so forth–and others choose the reverse... I have written two works of science fiction or, if you prefer, speculative fiction: The Handmaid's Tale and Oryx and Crake. Here are some of the things these kinds of narratives can do that socially realistic novels cannot do.
- Langford 2003.
- "Margaret Atwood announces sequel to The Handmaid's Tale". CBC News, November 28, 2018.
Karya yang dikutip[sunting | sunting sumber]
- (17 June 2005), "Aliens Have Taken the Place of Angels", The Guardian
- (14 Jan 2009), "Complaint Spurs School Board to Review Novel by Atwood", The Toronto Star.
- Alexander, Lynn (22 May 2009), "The Handmaid's Tale Working Bibliography", Department of English, University of Tennessee at Martin. Hyperlinked to online resources for Alexander, Dr Lynn (Spring 1999), Women Writers: Magic, Mysticism, and Mayhem (course). Includes entry for book chap. by Kauffman.
- An Interview with Margaret Atwood on her novel, The Handmaid's Tale (n.d.). In Nashville Public Library.
- Armrbuster, J. (1990). "Memory and Politics — A Reflection on "The Handmaid's Tale". Social Justice 17(3), 146–52.
- Atwood, Margaret (1985), The Handmaid's Tale, Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, ISBN 0-7710-0813-9 (1986), The Handmaid's Tale, New York: Anchor Books.(1998), The Handmaid's Tale, New York: Anchor Books (div. of Random House), ISBN 978-0-385-49081-8. Parenthetical page references are to the 1998 ed. Digitized 2 June 2008 by Google Books (311 pp.) (2005), La Servante écarlate [The Handmaid's Tale] (in French), Rué, Sylviane transl, Paris: J'ai Lu, ISBN 978-2-290-34710-2.
- Atwood, M. (2004). The Handmaid's Tale and Oryx and Crake "In Context". PMLA, 119(3), 513–517.
- Atwood, M. (20 January 2012). "Haunted by the Handmaid's Tale". The Guardian.
- Bergmann, H. F. (1989). "Teaching Them to Read: A Fishing Expedition in the Handmaid's Tale". College English, 51(8), 847–854.
- Burack, C. (1988–89). "Bringing Women's Studies to Political Science: The Handmaid in the Classroom". NWSA Journal 1(2), 274–83.
- Callaway, A. A. (2008). "Women disunited: Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale as a critique of feminism". San Jose State University.
- Curwood, Steve. (13 June 2014). "Margaret Atwood on Fiction, The Future, and Environmental Crisis". Living on Earth. n.p.
- Evans, M. (1994). "Versions of History: The Handmaid's Tale and its Dedicatees". In C. Nicholson (Ed.), Margaret Atwood: Writing and Subjectivity (pp. 177–188). London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
- Greene, Gayle. (1986). "Choice of Evils". The Women's Review of Books 3(10), 14–15.
- Gruss, S. (2004). "People confuse personal relations with legal structures". An Interview with Margaret Atwood. In Gender Forum. Retrieved 28 March 2016.
- Hines, M. E. (2006). Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale: Fundamentalist Religiosity and the Oppression of Women. N.p.: Angelo State University.
- Kauffman, Linda (1989), "6. Special Delivery: Twenty-First Century Epistolarity in The Handmaid's Tale", in Goldsmith, Elizabeth, Writing the Female Voice: Essays on Epistolary Literature, Boston: Northeastern University Press, pp. 221–44. Cited in Alexander.
- Langford, David (Aug 2003), "Bits and Pieces", SFX (UK: Ansible) (107).
- Larson, J. L. (1989). "Margaret Atwood and the Future of Prophecy". Religion & Literature 21(1), 27–61.
- Laz, C. (January 1996). "Science Fiction and Introductory Sociology: The 'Handmaid' in the Classroom". Teaching Sociology,24(1), 54–63.
- Lewis, Lapham H. (September 2004). "Tentacles of rage: The Republican propaganda mill, a brief history". Harper's Magazine.
- Mercer, N. (2013). "Subversive Feminist Thrusts": Feminist Dystopian Writing and Religious Fundamentalism in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale, Louise Marley's The Terrorists of Irustan, Marge Piercy's He, She and I. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin.
- Miner, Madonne (1991), "'Trust Me': Reading the Romance Plot in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale". Twentieth Century Literature 37: 148–68, doi:10.2307/441844.
- Morris, M. (1990). "Margaret Atwood, The Art of Fiction No. 121". The Paris Review.
- Neuman, S. C. (2006). "'Just a Backlash': Margaret Atwood, Feminism, and The Handmaid's Tale". University of Toronto Quarterly, 75(3), 857–868.
- Oates, J. C. (2 November 2006). "Margaret Atwood's Tale". The New York Review of Books.
- Perry, D. (30 December 2014). "Margaret Atwood and the 'Four Unwise Republicans': 12 surprises from the legendary writer's Reddit AMA". The Oregonian.
- Rothstein, Mervyn. (17 February 1986). "No Balm in Gilead for Margaret Atwood". The New York Times.
- Rushowy, Kristin (16 January 2009). "Atwood Novel Too Brutal, Sexist For School: Parent". The Toronto Star. Diarsipkan dari versi asli tanggal 21 April 2016.
- Stein, K. F. (1996). "Margaret Atwood's Modest Proposal: The Handmaid's Tale". Canadian Literature, 148, 57–72.
- The 100 Most Frequently Challenged Books of 1990–2000, American Library Association, 2009.
Andriano, Joseph. "The Handmaid’s Tale as Scrabble Game." Critical Insights: The Handmaid’s Tale, edited by J. Brooks Bouson, Salem, 2009. Salem Online.
- Elliott, John. "A Watershed Moment for Atwood" The Ottawa Citizen, December 5, 2004, pp. A3. ProQuest, .
Bacaan tambahan[sunting | sunting sumber]
- Adami, Valentina (2011). Bioethics Through Literature: Margaret Atwood's Cautionary Tales. Trier: WVT.
- Atwood, Margaret (2001). Bloom, Harold, ed. The Handmaid's Tale. Philadelphia: Chelsea House.
- Cooper, Pamela (1997). "'A Body Story with a Vengeance': Anatomy and Struggle in The Bell Jar and The Handmaid's Tale". Women's Studies. 26 (1): 89–123. doi:10.1080/00497878.1997.9979152.
- Dopp, Jamie (1994). "Subject-Position as Victim-Position in The Handmaid's Tale". Studies in Canadian Literature. 19 (1): 43–57.
- Gardner, Laurel J (1994). "Pornography as a Matter of Power in The Handmaid's Tale". Notes on Contemporary Literature. 24 (5): 5–7.
- Garretts-Petts, WF (1988). "Reading, Writing and the Postmodern Condition: Interpreting Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale". Open Letter. Seventh. I.
- Geddes, Dan (January 2001). "Negative Utopia as Polemic: The Handmaid's Tale". The Satirist.
- Hammer, Stephanie Barbé (1990). "The World as It Will Be? Female Satire and the Technology of Power in The Handmaid's Tale". Modern Language Studies. XX (2): 39–49. doi:10.2307/3194826. JSTOR 3194826.
- Malak, Amin (1987). "Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale and the Dystopian Tradition". Canadian Literature. 112: 9–16.
- McCarthy, Mary (9 February 1986). "No Headline: The Handmaid's Tale (Boston: Houghton Mifflin)". The New York Times (review). Diakses tanggal 11 April 2016.
- Mohr, Dunja M. (2005), Worlds Apart: Dualism and Transgression in Contemporary Female Dystopias, Jefferson, NC: McFarland 2005 Long chapter on The Handmaid's Tale as utopia and dystopia.
- Myrsiades, Linda (1999). "Law, Medicine, and the Sex Slave in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale". Dalam Myrsiades, Kostas; Myrsiades, Linda. Un-Disciplining Literature: Literature, Law, and Culture. New York: Peter Lang. hlm. 219–45.
- Stanners, Barbara; Stanners, Michael; Atwood, Margaret (2004). Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. Top Notes Literature Guides. Seven Hills, NSW, Australia: Five Senses Education.