Annie on My Mind Topics for Discussion

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What are the differences between public and private schooling? How have the two forms of education molded the two main characters in the novel?

How does Annie try to combat the guilt she feels at her sexuality? How does her relationship with Liza help her to see herself in a better light?

Give two examples of how religion and their old fashioned morales affected Mrs. Poindexter and Ms Baxter's judgement. What does the way the aithor deals with these two characters suggest about what she feels about religion and old-fashioned attitudes?

How has society's views of homosexuality changed since the book was published in 1981? How would Foster's school deal with the incident today?

How have Ms. Stevenson and Ms. Widmer hard experiences molded them into the people they are in the book? What does this say about the effect hard and alienating experiences can...

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