In Love & Trouble; Stories of Black Women Topics for Discussion

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Who is Roselily? What is Roselily doing as the story unfolds? Does Roselily want to do what she is doing? What reasons does Roselily give for her actions? Why did Roselily give one of her children to his father? What did Roselily hope this situation could give to her child that her other children do not have? How are Roselily's children influencing her current situation? What religion is Roselily expected to join now? How does Roselily feel about this religion?

What does the narrator of "Really, Doesn't Crime Pay?" feel was stolen from her? Why did the narrator take a lover? How does this reflect the narrator's feelings for her husband? How does the narrator feel when her lover leaves her? Why does the narrator attempt to kill her husband? What is the narrator doing that she feels is punishment for her husband? Why...

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