Children of the Fox Essay & Project Ideas

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1. Describe the attitudes toward women and their roles in society portrayed by Myro, Phryne, Lysia, Aster, and Lala.

2. Describe the attitudes toward war portrayed by Nikias, Aster, Demeas, Perdiccas, and Themistokles.

3. As Demeas runs on the road to Sparta with his message for Themistokles, he thinks about Pheidippides, who also ran this way. Find out who Pheidippides was and the circumstances of his run.

4. Find out what happened to Themistokles after the end of Lala's story. How do you think he would have answered Lala's question: "How can it be that men love Athens? What kind of a city can it be? Themistokles, I am sure, must hate it now."

5. Read Paton Walsh's Farewell Great King and look for the places in the story where the events depicted in Children of the Fox occur. Where does the author add her...

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