A Frolic of His Own Topics for Discussion

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Why are Lily's breasts so prominent in the novel?

How would Christina characterize herself?

What makes Oscar so cantankerous?

Is Oscar a racist?

May a writer lift characters and themes from classical literature?

How are snakes used in the novel?

What is Rev. Bobby Joe's function in the novel?

Why is Oscar so upset to learn the chronology of the family myth is off?

Does it make sense Lily is not found out and arrested for the fiery highway crash? If so, how does the incident contribute to the novel? If not, why is the crash included?

How do dogs figure in the novel?

What is Trish's function in the novel?

Would Oscar be a good history teacher?

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