Footprints in the Snow; Digger's Good-bye Topics for Discussion

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1. Why is Digger, who seems to have left school by age fourteen, such a good writer?

2. Does Digger start out evil? Does he become evil? When and where? How does it happen?

3. In "Digger's Good-bye," Digger feels remorse about killing the rich young couple while he was a wolf, pointing out that "Those people hadn't done anything to me." Why does he eventually yield again to temptation and go out hunting with the wolves a second time?

4. Digger does not seem to have ever been much of a joiner, so why does joining the pack of wolves appeal to him?

5. Is Digger a strong personality or a weak one? How can you tell?

6. When did you realize that Digger was probably a werewolf? How does Murphy make this discovery suspenseful?

7. Digger seems to be a rogue even before he transforms into a wolf. Why...

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