On Such a Full Sea Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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Essay Topic 1

B-Mor is a community that is isolated, but seems to provide everything that its inhabitants need. How is B-Mor revealed as an ideal place to live? How do the narrators make B-Mor seem to be an ideal place to live at the beginning of the novel? How does the contrast of never being able to leave, but being a good place to leave affect the narrative?

Essay Topic 2

The novel is told from a first-person plural point of view. How does the way that the story is told affect what readers know and think of Fan? How does the point of view create a distance between readers and fan? How does using the first-person plural point of view affect the development of Fan’s story?

Essay Topic 3

Fan is a woman, but is often perceived to be a child because of her size. What are the...

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