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Monster Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

1. Is Steve Harmon a monster? 2. Even though he went into the drugstore, looked around, and went out as he was expected to by Bobo and James King, Steve thinks that he is not really guilty of a crime. Why does he think this? What does this tell us about his personality?

3. At the end of Monster Steve says that "My father is no longer sure of who I am." Why would Steve's father be unsure? How sure is Steve himself of who he is?

4. What might have happened to Steve if the prosecution had seen his screenplay and notes?

5. After Steve's acquittal, his lawyer, Miss O'Brien, turns away from his hug. He asks himself, "What did she see that caused her to turn away?" What did she see? Why would she not be happy to have won a difficult case?

6. The text of Monster is unusual, with...

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