Ship of Fools Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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What is the setting for the novel? Why did the author choose to tell her story in this setting? Could the story have been told in a better setting or is this the perfect setting for the points she wanted to make?

What is the setting for the novel? Why did the author choose to tell her story in this setting? Could the story have been told in a better setting or is this the perfect setting for the points she wanted to make?

It is clear that the passengers have many differences. Cite some of them. Now cite some of the similarities that the passengers have that are common to all people.

It is clear that the passengers have many differences. Cite some of them. Now cite some of the similarities that the passengers have that are common to all people.

What are the countries represented by the passengers in the story? What are the occupations or professions represented? What do these countries and occupations symbolize on the world stage at the time?

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