Love & Sleep Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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As the second novel in a series, Love & Sleep offers some special opportunities for group discussion. If any of the group members has read Aegypt, a summary of that novel may help the group see how the two novels compliment each other. It may be useful to pursue how the characters — particularly Pierce and Rosie — are changing or developing in this series of works.

In an interview, Crowley mentions that Rosie's child, Sam, figures more prominently in the second novel as a response to the birth of his own twin daughters. As he experienced parenthood in the course of writing the novel, his characters in Love & Sleep reflect the growth. Group leaders may wish to focus on the events of Pierce's childhood in Kentucky. What role does religion play in Pierce's life as well as in the historical novels of Fellowes Kraft? What connections...

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