Margaret Atwood’s classic dystopic novel The Handmaid’s Tale has seen a huge boost in sales, thanks in part to an New York City art installation as well as the Hulu miniseries adaption. Writer’s Relief found more info in this Huffpost article:
Thanks to a public artwork in New York City, anyone trying to get their hands on the book can do so free of charge. A massive installation on Chelsea’s elevated park, the High Line, designed by graphic artists Paula Scher and Abbott Miller, houses 4,000 complimentary copies of The Handmaid’s Tale.
QUESTION: Have you read The Handmaid’s Tale?