Broken for You Topics for Discussion

Stephanie Kallos
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Why does Margaret give Wanda the nickname "Tink"?

Why is Wanda disappointed when she finally finds Peter Hartzell?

What is the source of Oscar Hauptmann's wealth?

Why do Clarissa and Oscar Hauptmann divorce?

What prompts Margaret to go to Paris?

Why do Margaret and Wanda begin smashing the collectibles?

Explain the significance of "Margaret's Dream, Part Three" (pages 346 - 350).

What is the motive behind Margaret's taking in boarders?

Why does Wanda choose to stop speaking?

In which chapters does the narrative perspective shift from omniscient to character-centered? What effect does this have on the overall narrative?

Discuss the shift in narrative voice in Chapter 14, "Detective Lorenzini". How does this shift affect the action it describes?

Explain Wanda's use of an alter-ego. Why does the character wear a disguise when she goes to look for Peter?

Discuss the function of coincidence as it applies to...

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