A Cup of Tea: A Novel of 1917 Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

Amy Ephron
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Analyze the relationship between Rosemary and Jane. What is the common ground for friendship? Do the friends respect each other? How has their relationship evolved? Where might it go from here? Do you think the relationship will ever change drastically?

Analyze the relationship between Rosemary and Jane. What is the common ground for friendship? Do the friends respect each other? How has their relationship evolved? Where might it go from here? Do you think the relationship will ever change drastically?

Assuming a psychiatrist's point of view, analyze the situation with Philip's post traumatic stress syndrome and Stockholm syndrome. Discuss Philip's history in regards to mental stability. What would a psychiatrist say about Philip's conditions? What would the terminology be from a psychiatrist's point of view? What kind of treatment might Philip have benefited from before the situation got out of hand? Is the behavior something that can be "cured?" If so, how? If not, what else can be done?

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