Manhunt Topics for Discussion

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Consider Alex's reasoning that it will be easy to find a husband in Alaska because there are more men than women there. In your opinion is this reasoning sound or unsound? Explain your answer.

Why does the author generally refer to Casey by his last name only? What impact does this have on the reader?

Compare and contrast Casey's and Alex's strengths and weaknesses. Do you think they are well suited for each other? Why or why not?

Consider the rashness of Alex's decision to move to Alaska. Would you have done the same? Why or why not?

Although Alex is portrayed as an intelligent woman she does some not so smart things in the course of the story such as jumping in the ocean after her dog and driving home in a snowstorm. How do you interpret these actions? Explain your answers.

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