One of the biggest themes in this manuscript is the idea of reality vs. fantasy. Briony's perspective not only yields a delightful narrative, but also disastrous consequences for other characters.
Part 1: In what way is Briony's storytelling helpful to the characters in the story?
Part 2: In what way is Briony's perspective hurtful to the characters?
Part 3: Is Briony a reliable narrator? Why or why not?
While it seems this story is one about people, the setting also has something to tell the reader in terms of the characters' behaviors and their interactions.
Part 1: Describe the setting of the story in the first part of the book.
Part 2: Describe the setting in the "1999" section of the book.
Part 3: What does the setting seem to say about the Tallis family? What is the overall mood from start to finish in this setting?
Emily Tallis is a fascinating creature who evokes...
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