1. What is the significance of having an unnamed character in Lust?
The narrator of Lust is unnamed and described minimally. This is significant because it suggests that this teenager could be any teenager. It gives the story an aspect of immediacy and alarm.
2. Describe the Lust narrator's habits in choosing sexual partners.
The narrator of Lust does not necessarily want to go on dates, but when she does, she feels that she must engage in sexual contact with the boys. The boys seem emotionally unavailable and are typically only interested in sexual encounters as opposed to emotional connections.
3. What is the difference between men and women in Lust?
In Lust the men are interested in sex and take girls on dates so they can get it. The women are viewed as simply tools by the men. The women are meant to engage the men.
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