Lavender-Green Magic Essay & Project Ideas

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1. Tamar says "As I will, it shall be done!" What does she mean? Cite some of the many examples of people's will overcoming their circumstances in this novel. What limitations are there to this viewpoint?

2. What comes to be the definition of a "leader" or of "power" in this novel?

When do characters best fit that definition? Why?

3. Norton is often concerned with the problem of preserving natural resources, especially in light of growing technology. How is this conflict demonstrated in the novel?

4. Past and present are closely interwoven in this novel. How is that demonstrated in the conflict and climax of the adventures? How is it depicted in the lives of Mercy and Lute Wade as they work in the junkyard? What other examples demonstrate the importance of the past?

5. What causes Holly's growing sense of isolation? How and...

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