Frank Miller's Sin City the Hard Goodbye Topics for Discussion

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How reliable is Marv as a narrator? At one point, he questions the reality of everything that's happened to him. Is it possible that the objective reality of events is different from Marv's perception?

What is Marv's relationship with his mother like?

What clues does the novel provide to Marv's past? How has Marv's personality and self-perception been shaped by his past?

How does the novel portray religion? How does Marv perceive religion and the afterlife?

What redeeming qualities does Marv have?

How does the graphic novel portray women? How do the male characters treat women? What are the female characters like?

Why does the author choose to have Marv die in the electric chair at the end? What other endings would be possible for this story?

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