Going Bovine Topics for Discussion

Libba Bray
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How might the drugs given to Cameron in the hospital be affecting his quest? What might be happening in his hospital room that is being expressed in his dream quest?

For example: Might someone be watching Roadrunner cartoons? Who? Is someone reading to him? Who might that be?

Gonzo spends most the book as a healthy person afraid of dying; Cameron spends most of the book as a dying person wanting to be healthy.

1) What might Gonzo learn from Cameron on their trip?

2) Why might Cameron be frustrated with Gonzo's behavior?

3) How do the boys' outlook on health and dying affect each others' thoughts and behaviors? Do they change each other at all? How?

Why might the author refer to Don Quixote so much in the text? What comparisons might the author want the reader to make? Which characters in the book are similar to the characters...

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