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Naked Pictures of Famous People Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Pick a historical character from the stories and describe how Jon Stewart deals with the facts you know about him or her and how you react to the humor that he draws from those facts.

Do you find Jon Stewart's spoofing of religion offensive? Do you think he intends to offend? Illustrate with at least two examples.

Marshall McLuhan is famous for saying, "the medium is the message." Which of Jon Stewart's stories best illustrates this thesis? Could the story you choose be told in any other manner and be as effective?

Most of the stories in this collection spoof real people from history, but he also deals with universal types and themes. Pick one of these and discuss it in detail.

Jon Stewart could be accused of stepping over the line when dealing with some people and events. Select the one that bothers you the most...

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