Paper Towns Topics for Discussion

John Green (author)
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Discuss the many meanings of "paper town" in the book. Do those meanings mirror events or elements in the book? If so, how so?

Who is the real Margo? Why?

Why did Margo feel that she had to leave?

Explain the significance of Q's realization that Margo "was not an adventure" but "a girl."

What do Q's conception of Margo and Margo's conception of Q have in common? Where do they differ?

Compare and contrast Margo and Q's philosophies of life. Why do those philosophies of life lead them in different directions?

Explain Q's parents' metaphors of mirrors and windows and their relation to the themes of the book.

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