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'F' Is for Fugitive: A Kinsey Millhone Mystery Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Who is Kinsey Millhone? Why is she in Floral Beach? What does Kinsey hope to prove? Is Kinsey an unreliable narrator? What is the definition of unreliable narrator? How does Kinsey fit this definition? How does she not fit it? How would you describe Kinsey as a narrator? What is unique about Kinsey's narration?

Who is Henry Pitts? Compare and contrast Henry to Royce Fowler. What are their similarities? What are their differences? Why does Kinsey think of Henry as a surrogate father? Why does Kinsey resent this at first? Why does Kinsey come to embrace this role?

Who is Bailey Fowler? Did Bailey kill Jean? Why do people think he did? Why did Bailey plead guilty? Why did Bailey escape from jail? Should Bailey be punished for escaping? Why does Bailey escape from his arraignment? Who put Tap up to helping Bailey escape? Why? How does...

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This section contains 379 words
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