How is foreshadowing used in "Conversations of Socrates"? Choose one major instance of foreshadowing and follow it through the book, finishing with how the event is fulfilled.
Compare and contrast Socrates and Xenophon. How are their beliefs and teachings similar and different?
How does Socrates instruct others to change throughout this book? Detail the changes he inspires and the reasons behind those changes.
How do the minor people in this book affect the plot? How would this book be different if one or more of these people were removed?
How does the third person point-of-view enhance and inhibit the story? How would this book be different if a different point of view were used?
Choose one of the main themes in this book (charges against Socrates, Socrates' virtue, true good, love and responsibility) and detail its recurrences throughout the book. What does it add to the story? How...
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