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A Summer to Die Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Describe the relationship between Meg and Molly? How are they different? How are they alike?

What are signs that Molly's condition is worse than Meg thinks? Why does Meg continue to think that Molly will recover?

Why do Meg's parents keep Molly's real condition from her? Would it have been better if Meg's parents had told her the truth about Molly's condition all along? Why or why not?

Why is Meg's relationship with Will important? Why does he want her to come back in October to see the fringed gentian in bloom? What symbolism is attached to that event?

Why do Ben and Maria ask Meg to take pictures of their baby being born? Why does Ben show Meg where they will bury the baby if it doesn't live?

There are many emotional passages in the book. One of the most poignant is when Meg realizes that...

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