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How I Live Now Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Meg Rosoff
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Topics for Discussion

Daisy is impressed right away when she meets Edmond, but he smokes and drives underage, disobeying road signs. Why do you think she is attracted to a boy who seems to disregard rules of society?

Daisy says she thinks her stepmother was trying to poison her, which is one reason why she stopped eating. Assuming that this is not likely to be true, what do you think the act of eating or not eating means to Daisy, in terms of her relationship to herself and to others?

Why do you think Aunt Penn left her family alone, to go to another country and deliver an anti-war speech? Do you think it have been wiser or more responsible for her to have stayed with the children?

After the soldiers arrive at the farm, Osbert is slightly apologetic toward the others when he explains that they will be rehoused...

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