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Little Weirwold is a very small town, far from the city. Many young people today would complain that there is nothing to do in such a small place. However, during World War II, everybody seemed to have plenty of amusement. Discuss the entertainments pursued in Good Night, Mr. Tom and compare them to the leisure time activities of today.

Will has suffered so much abuse that it would seem impossible to recover. Mr. Tom believes that full recovery is possible, although it may take its own time and way. Tom believes that love, fresh air, healthy food and enough time can heal people. Do you agree? Why or why not?

The people of England suffered a great deal during the war, and one of the subjects of this book is the bad effects of war. The characters of this book nobly take on the challenges, but it...

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