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Dragon Bones: A Novel Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Lisa See
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Topics for Discussion

Do you agree with Hulan's relentless pursuit of the All Patriotic Society? Why or why not? Do you agree with her point that religious cultism can be detrimental to state government? Why? Is this a problem in the United States? Can you think of an example? In your example, would stopping the cult have prevented any issues? What does this say about Hulan's argument for the need to disband the Society?

Why do you think Michael Quon became Xiao Da? What does he give as a reason? Do you believe him? Why or why not? What does Hulan claim is his reasoning for becoming the leader of the All Patriotic Society? Do you agree?

Throughout the novel, and in real life, according to the author statement at the end of the novel, the building of the dam threatens many historical archaeological sites, as well as the homes...

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Purchase our Dragon Bones: A Novel Study Guide
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