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Off the Map Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Joan Ackermann
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Topics for Further Study

Off the Map is focused on Adult Bo's recollection back to a pivotal summer in her life. Think back to an event in your childhood that you believe still affects your life and write a short one-act play about how the event has shaped your life today.

Depression has a large impact on the plot and the characters in Off the Map. Think of three plays, or works of fiction, where an illness has been at the forefront of the story and compare them to Off the Map. Are the illnesses in the works you selected mental or physical? How are the illnesses different from, or similar to, depression as seen in Off the Map?

Off the Map has been produced as a motion picture. Pick one other play that you know has also been turned into a motion picture, then read the play, watch the...

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