Dalva Topics for Discussion

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One of the primary themes in 'Dalva' is the poor treatment of the Native American's at the hands of the white settlers throughout American history. How does the book show this treatment? What happens that indicates the native American's were treated badly? How effective is this method? Do you think the point could have been better shown in any way? How? Do you agree with the author on this point or disagree? Why?

Dalva searches in the novel for the son she gave up for adoption as a young woman. Do you think women who give up their children for adoption have a right to know of their childrens' lives through the years? Why or why not? Do you think Dalva was right in searching for her son? Why or why not? Do you think Dalva sought her son to see him or to see the remnants...

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