McTeague's journey throughout the book is peppered with discoveries. One such discovery involves the scope of his life and the lens through which he sees everything in his life. How does Mr. McTeague's vision of his life change over he course of the book?
Please give at least two examples from the book that demonstrate Mr. McTeague's discomfort and/or awkward behavior exacerbating a situation, and why he may have reacted with such discomfort and/or awkwardness.
What is Maria's relationship with money throughout the story? How does she use her money? How does it effect her relationship with other characters?
As Mr. McTeague's obsession for Trina grows, a darker side of his character is revealed. Compare and contrast each of the following characters' obsessions and describe how they play out during the course of the book: McTeague, Marcus, and Maria.
Maria creates scandal throughout the book. Explore...
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