Hinds' Feet on High Places Topics for Discussion

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What are the four main lessons learned by Much-Afraid? What is the common theme underlying all of them?

Is Hinds' Feet on High Places a religious book, a spiritual book, or both? Is it neither of these? Why?

What is the meaning of the Valley of Loss? What does Much-Afraid lose there?

Why do you think Much-Afraid slips and stumbles more while walking on relatively level ground in the mist of the Forests of Danger and Tribulation than she does while climbing the Precipice Injury?

What does the Shepherd mean when he tells Suffering and Sorrow that the Place of Anointing is where he brings his beloved in preparation for burial?

Why do you think the Shepherd tells Much-Afraid that Suffering and Sorrow are the best possible companions for her on this journey?

How does the author use names in this novel? What is the importance of...

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