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Rebellion Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Suggested Essay Topics

1. How does Serena MacGregor act differently from the average upper-class lady of her time, as portrayed by her friend Maggie MacDonald? Does she fit in with her time or is she a more modern woman?

2. How do Brigham Langston's background and appearance help him act as a spy for the growing rebellion in Scotland?

3. Was Brigham a coward for leaving the battle at Culloden when he knew it was hopeless? Or was he following the adage, "He who fights and runs away, lives to fight another day"?

4. Serena MacGregor was not allowed to fight at Culloden. Do you believe women should be allowed to fight in combat?

Why or why not?

5. How does the rape of Fiona MacGregor affect Serena? Brigham? The rest of her family?

6. Even though Fiona MacGregor's rape is only hinted at in the prologue, rape is a consequence of war. Did Captain Standish...

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