McTeague: A Story of San Francisco Topics for Discussion

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Is there anything which you would stop at nothing to achieve/obtain?

Can money buy happiness? At what price?

Do you think we are the victims of our nature, our environment or both?

Can greed ever be a good thing? Give examples.

Have you ever given up something you love in search of happiness? Did you find it?

Agree or disagree with this statement: Perception is reality.

Do you think it is wiser to be a thrifty person, saving for a rainy day, or to live well in the moment?

What really caused McTeague's madness? Was it his nature, his greed or something else?

Was Trina justified in lying to her husband in order to save money?

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