Diversity and discrimination were two major and related themes in this book. Where did these themes appear, and how did they work together to propel the plot of the book?
This book took place during World War I. How did this historical and world changing event affect this plot and the people in it?
The separation of classes was quite a significant theme in this book. What were these classes, and how did this separation affect the characters belonging to them?
How was Carver's upbringing unique for the time, and how did he respond to this?
Human nature was a strong symbol and theme in this book. Where did this symbol appear, and what role did it play in the book?
How did the relationship between Carver and Sarah end, and why? How did this affect their lives?
The pursuit of happiness was a common theme found in...
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