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Monster Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Myers has written this book for teenagers and young adults. Do the use of a handwriting font and the screenplay format help make this novel more accessible to the target audience than a traditional format might have? Why does Steve write in a printing style and not a script style? Does this say anything about his personality?

The novel does not answer the question of Steve's guilt or innocence for the crime he allegedly committed. Do you personally think that Steve is guilty or innocent? Why?

Steve uses his screenplay as an escape from the harsh realities of prison. At the end of the novel, he uses his film making skills as something else. What is Steve trying to do after his trial? Will this help his parents to better understand him? Will his father stop distancing himself from Steve?

Is Steve's attorney ever convinced of Steve's...

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