I Like It Like That: A Gossip Girl Novel Topics for Discussion

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How does "gossip" play a role in this story? How can gossip hurt? Who are the gossips in this story?

Why does Blair feel unwanted? What do those feelings of being abandoned possibly impact her behavior and choices?

How does the experiences of the main characters impact them? How did the characters change from the beginning of the story to its conclusion?

How can Dan's actions in throwing the mail in the Hudson be characterized as passive-aggressive? Why is the relationship between Dan and Siegfried unhealthy?

What role do parents play in this story? What blame can be levied against parents in the actions of some of the young people?

What pressures, real or just perceived, do the kids feel weighted down by? How could parents or teachers have helped alleviate some of that pressure?

Who is the Gossip Girl? What evidence proves this?

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