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Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Describe how events from Socrates' past shape his interactions with Iula, Corina and Delia. Include his feelings for the three women and explain why he is still alone even though he still has desire for female companionship.

Take the character of Darryl and compare it with other boys that age. Include at least three similarities and three differences between Darryl and a middle class boy of the same age.

Socrates feels he has a social responsibility to his race and to the community in which he lives. Provide three detailed examples of how Socrates shows this responsibility.

Socrates has come to the conclusion that violence is sometimes necessary. Explain how he determines when it is necessary. Do you agree with this conclusion?

When Socrates discovers the Capricorn bookstore his life is changed forever. Explain both what happened to change him and what changed about him.

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