Compare and contrast the state of the narrator at the beginning of the novel to the end. Does he make any progression? If so, explain.
Describe the character F. and his relationship to the narrator. What motivates or drives F.?
Explain what the "telephone game" is and why is this knowledge significant to the narrator.
Compare and contrast the suffrage of constipation and depression the narrator is undergoing. How is this motif repeated throughout the novel?
What happens when Edith is raped by a group of men? Why does the narrator justify her rape?
Discuss the possibility that F. is an alter ego of the narrator. Explain how this would change the context of the novel.
Explain how the literal and physical state in which the narrator lives is like his own hell? What motifs recur to make this connection?
Discuss the narrator and F.'s obsession with...
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