reflect on the ways Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Philip K.Dich’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep offer a complicated representation of “reality”
1. in Androids: how there is uncertainty about who Mercer really is, whether Mercerism is “fake,” and there are also questions about who is an android or not.
2. in the Handmaid’s Tale we certainly have questions about what is “real” in terms of what Offred is telling, since she herself as the narrator of much of the text explains that she reconstructed details.
Instead of confusing the term “reality” with the world we live in
Note: be sure you have to read two books