Miss Julia Speaks Her Mind: A Novel Topics for Discussion

Ann B. Ross
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At the beginning of the novel, Julia Springer is very proud of who she is and the life she leads in Abbotsville. Why and how does this attitude change?

Does Julia look down on people because she feels superior to them?

Who is Little Lloyd and how does he throw Julia's life into turmoil?

What is Julia's relationship with Lillian? Why do you think these two women who seem to be total opposites have the relationship they do?

What does Pastor Ledbetter hope to accomplish by having Julia meet with Dr. Fowler?

Does the character of Hazel Marie Puckett elicit sympathy or anger? Why?

The introduction of a new will seems to mark the end of Julia's comfortable life. What actually happens?

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