Bird Topics for Discussion

Rita Murphy
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While Miranda seems to be human, she is unusually bird-like in a number of ways. Explain what this means.

How does Miranda's attitude about flying change throughout the book? What is the symbolic significance of flight?

To what extent is the Manor's power real and to what extent is it imagined by the townspeople and the Manor's inhabitants?

What was the Captain's fortune? How did Miranda happen upon finding it?

Explain the antagonism between Farley and the Manor and what it symbolizes.

How does Miranda's understanding of Wysteria develop as the book progresses?

Explain how Miranda finally triumphed over Bourne Manor.

Who was Miranda's greatest enemy? Wysteria? Bourne Manor? Or herself? Explain your reasoning.

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