What role does back story play in The Lion's Lady? How do the journal entries contribute to the back story? Describe how the plot of the story would change if the journal entries were not a part of the novel.
Describe the clash of London culture and Indian culture as it is presented in The Lion's Lady. What conflicts does culture shock create? How do characters respond to the clashing cultures?
A theme in The Lion's Lady is the way that the past can catch up with a character. For example, Christina's past catches up with her when Lyon wants answers about her upbringing. Explain the role that this theme plays in at least two scenarios in the novel.
Many of the details about Christina's upbringing are vague. There is a prologue and some short details that Christina gives about growing up in the Indian tribe. Why do...
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