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The novel is told as if they were Fleur's memoirs, in retrospect, as she looks back on the events of the time she was employed by the Autobiographical Association and directly afterward. How would the story have been different if it had been told as Fleur was experiencing these events for the first time in the present?

Fleur has an unorthodox friendship with her lover's wife, Dottie. How does their relationship impact the development of the novel?

Fleur and Lady Edwina take an instant liking to each other and become good friends although Sir Quentin and Beryl Tims seem to believe she has gone mad; Fleur disagrees. What is your opinion of Lady Edwina's true mental state? Do you think her eccentricities served as effective comic relief?

Describe the similarities between the characters of the novel associated with the Autobiographical Association to their corresponding...

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