A Wind in the Door Topics for Discussion

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In Chapter 11, Senex says, "'It is only when we are fully rooted that we are really able to move."' (pg. 190) What does the author mean by this, and how might it apply to your life?

What clue does the author give at the end of the book to indicate that Proginoskes is really all right despite having Xed himself?

Why is it better to X oneself than to be Xed by the Echthroi? What is the difference?

Despite the fact that grown-ups have a harder time kything and may be slower at it than children, Calvin believes adults are able to go deeper than a child can once they get the hang of it. What does he mean by this? Can you give two examples from the story in which Mr. Jenkins proves that Calvin is right about this?

Describe the process of...

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