Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight: An African Childhood Topics for Discussion

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Is author Alexandra Fuller afraid of the lions, disease and hardship in Africa? Or does she admire the beauty and love the vibrancy of life there? Cite evidence to support your answer.

Alexandra Bobo Fuller drinks alcoholic beverages and smokes, with her parent's permission, before she is ten years old. In your opinion, is this a good, or not? Explain your answer.

Bobo believes that the deaths of three children in infancy drove her mother mad. Many psychologists believe that bipolar disorder has genetic roots. Which do you think is more accurate, and why?

Alexandra Fuller's perspective on black Africans is radically changed the day a family invites her into their hut and shares there meager meal with her. Why is she so touched by this gesture? How are her attitudes before and after this incident different?

Alexandra Bobo Fuller feels responsible when her...

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