Analyze the use of interruptions by outside scenery (such as boats, noises, etc.) during the conversations between Anne and Chauvin. What role do these interruptions play in the formation of their relationship?
Discuss the role of responsibility in the book. Are there any responsible characters present? What makes these characters appear as responsible? How did these characters make others appear more irresponsible?
Analyze the conflict between language and meaning in the book. Which character blurred the lines between the two most often? What significance does putting language and meaning in conflict play to the book's theme?
Discuss the author's portrayal of the child in the book. What reasons can be given for not giving the child a name? What role does the child play to the book's overall theme?
Discuss the relationship between Anne and the child. What is the nature of this relationship? Is this a healthy...
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