Delirium Topics for Discussion

Lauren Oliver
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What could the Invalids do to have a more effective resistance?

How do Lena's emotions affect her decisions?

How does the procedure affect people's identities? Are they the same person after the procedure or are they different people? Why?

Why does Alex, although he wants to run away to the Wilds with Lena, object when Lena finally decides she wants to go?

How does the government in the story manipulate science and religion? How does the government use propaganda and censorship?

Why doesn't Hana want to run away to the Wilds? Why does she choose to submit to the procedure?

Why does Alex sacrifice himself at the end of the novel?

Is the procedure that the society imposes inherently wrong? Would it be acceptable if the procedure was voluntary and people could choose whether or not to submit to it?

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