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Daughters of the House Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Chart the development of fire imagery throughout the novel. Describe how this helps to develop at least one theme in the novel. For example, examine the use of fire-related imagery and how it is linked to the theme of sin. Secondary sources will be useful in backing up your discussion if you choose to discuss religious imagery.

Support one of the following statements:

Using evidence from the novel, it seems clear that Thérèse and Léonie are actually......(sisters/cousins).

Thérèse and Léonie's relationship to each other remains unclear even at the end of the novel. The effects of this uncertainty are......

You may discuss evidence found within the novel as well as discuss the importance of what information is left out. In either case, you will want to discuss the relationship between the two characters...

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