I have the impression that Margaret Atwood is mainly perceived as a feminist writer.But the broader theme of the book. "...This book is about the maid, and, of course, in such books a lot of attention is paid to the topic of the class division of society, this blatant social injustice, from which (let's be honest) the company does not get rid of the twenty-first century.The most difficult thing to live it knowing it.And I think this book is about.Want to ask the doctor, but does not dare.

The most difficult thing to live it knowing it.And I think this book is about.Want to ask the doctor, but does not dare.maids, suffering insults and beatings from the owners, and the owners, servants, amenable; people retain courage in the most difficult situations and fleeing from trouble, forgetting their obligations.I like the composition and it works: you seem to be from the very beginning you know how it ends, you already know the plot culmination, but still you run for the bone to understand not what happened and how.She's Grace", pay attention to another detective.

maids, suffering insults and beatings from the owners, and the owners, servants, amenable; people retain courage in the most difficult situations and fleeing from trouble, forgetting their obligations.I like the composition and it works: you seem to be from the very beginning you know how it ends, you already know the plot culmination, but still you run for the bone to understand not what happened and how.She's Grace", pay attention to another detective.

She's Grace", pay attention to another detective.

... She's "Grace" 3 out of 5 stars