Peter and the Starcatchers Topics for Discussion

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Who are the Starcatchers and what do they do? Why are they necessary?

What do the Others want with he Starstuff? What gives the Starcatchers the advantage over the Others?

Discuss loyalty. What characters show this trait in this story? In what ways do they show loyalty and to whom?

What is the main plot of this story? Are there any subplots?

Discuss the point of view of this novel. What viewpoints are used? Why might the authors have chosen the viewpoint or viewpoints in this story?

This story serves as an explanation for the origin of Peter Pan. What other myths are explained in this story?

One of the primary themes of this story is that power corrupts. Why is that? What examples of this trait is given in this story?

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