Flash for Freedom! Topics for Discussion

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Does the portrait of Abraham Lincoln painted in Flash for Freedom! square with what you have learned about him in history? How does Flashy view the Great Emancipator?

How does the use of Latin help define Spring's character and reflect his motivations in life?

How does Flashy, writing in old age, reflect on youth in the incident of his beating Bryant half to death? Was he justified in any way?

How does the long description of Susie Willinck serve the novel? What does it say about Flashy's character?

Beyond mortally wounding Comber so Flashy can take over his identity, how does the visit to Apokoto serve the novel?

What is John Morrison's primary role in the novel? How does his fear of communism play into the opening scenes? Does this contribute to or detract from the developing action?

Does anything Flashy experiences in this...

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