It seems as though the author is constantly trying to compare the lives of the three main characters. What themes does the author seem to emphasize with Kate, Ben, and Miro?
Two thirds of the way through the novel, the author begins to focus on two relationships. When it is revealed that Artkin in Miro's father, the author shifts the reader's attention to their apparent father/son relationship. Compare this relationship to Ben and the General.
Examine the theme of forgiveness throughout the book. Choose three instances in which a character attempts to ask for forgiveness.
The author believes that many of the characters have had their innocence stolen. Explain how the following characters have had this taken away from them:
In your opinion, did Ben's father choose this work over his son's life?
Explain your stance. Provide information from the book...
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