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Hunger Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Why doesn't the author reveal the real names of Ylayali and the narrator?

What prevents the narrator from selling any of his articles or stories after the first one?

Why doesn't the narrator pursue Ylayali after he first meets her? Why doesn't he pursue her after their "date," though he thinks that she said she still loves him?

What could the narrator have done during the story to get himself back on his feet?

Why doesn't the narrator pursue his friends who owe him money when he's desperately in need of a few kroner?

Why does the narrator get angry with strangers? What sets off his temper?

In what ways is the narrator moral? In what ways is he immoral?

Does the narrator truly try to find work, or is he just lying to himself that he's doing all he can?

Is the narrator's irrational behavior due...

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