Difficult Loves Topics for Discussion

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What are different attitudes in the book toward nudity? What does nudity represent in the stories?

What are some ways that people in Europe adjusted to life after World War II?

What is the role of humor in the stories? Do you think it is appropriate to write funny stories about war?

How are some characters unable to enjoy their own blessings? How could they enjoy them?

What is so nerve-wracking about the scarier stories? How does the author draw the reader in?

The first two stories, "Adam, One Afternoon," and "The Enchanted Garden," are both about two children exploring a garden. How are the stories different? What do these differences mean?

How do different characters express their desire for human closeness? Which of these is the most successful?

Why is Amilcare Carruga so disappointed when he goes back to his hometown? Do you think he would...

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