Rule 34 Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

Charles Stross
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Essay Topic 1

Consider the epigraph from Pat Robertson: “In Scotland, you can’t believe how strong the homosexuals are.” Typically, epigraphs suggest one or more of the themes of the works they introduce. Does the epigraph on Rule 34 effectively suggest one or more of the novel’s themes? If so, how? If not, what purpose does the epigraph serve, and how does it achieve it?

Essay Topic 2

Liz early on shows a propensity towards assigning nicknames to her colleagues. What is suggested about her character by that tendency? How is it suggested?

Essay Topic 3

Liz early on shows a propensity towards assigning nicknames to her colleagues. Select one such nickname; explicate its significance.

Essay Topic 4

Liz remarks on “what the folks writing the exams laughably call the real world” (14). What cause does she have to describe the phrasing as laughable? How does it justify the description?

Essay Topic 5

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