Hulu & # 39; s The servant's tale will not be the only property to develop the dystopian world of Margaret Atwood. The author announced that she was finally writing a sequel to her iconic novel entitled Wills, and says that he is partially inspired by everything happening in our society today.
Sure TwitterAtwood revealed that she was working on Willswhich will be published in September 2019.
15 years after the final scene of offred The servant's taleThe sequel will be told from the point of view of three female characters. She did not reveal whether any of them were Offred or connected to Offred, nor what roles they played in Gilead. But I would venture to think that at least one of them will be a woman, since the Hulu series did such an amazing job with the Serena Joy character. It will also be interesting to see how the sequel merges with, or diverges from, the Hulu series, given how far the series has changed or widened compared to the source material.
In a statement, Atwood said that she was inspired by all the questions people ask her about The servant's tale since its release in 1985. This is how the current track in which our society seems to look for several years. Atwood criticized President Donald Trump and government policies governing women's autonomy, saying earlier this year that she thought we were seeing "pre-Gilead symptoms."
"All you have asked me more about Gilead and its inner workings is the inspiration for this book. Well, almost everything! The other inspiration is the world we live in, "said Atwood.
While this is great news, it's not really a surprise. Last year, Atwood released an audiobook version of The servant's tale this included a special extended version of the distant future epilogue, where the professor answers questions from the symposium on his research and his theories. At the end of the epilogue, the professor told the crowd, "I hope to be able to show you the results of our subsequent Gileadian investigations. It turned out that there was. To be praying.