Sister: A Novel Topics for Discussion

Rosamund Lupton
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Bee and Tess frequently corresponded through letters and e-mail. Why did they become accustomed to this? How is this reflected in the writing of this book? How is this important to the story itself? How is corresponding through writing important in Western culture? Why?

Bee changes a great deal throughout this story. Describe Bee at the beginning of the story. How does she change over time? What specific events lead to these changes? How does she feel about these changes in herself? How might Tess feel about the changes in Bee? Why? How have you been changed by an event or series of events? Are these good changes? Why or why not?

Bee is sure that Tess could never commit suicide. Why is she so sure of this? What ordeals does the author use to support Bee's beliefs? Do you believe that someone who...

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