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Soldier's Heart Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Suggested Essay Topics

Discuss the difference between the farms Charley is used to in Minnesota and those he sees from the train upon entering the South.

Discuss what the significance of the meadows and the trees. How do they change during the story in Charley's eyes?

Relate the changes Charley experiences toward the battles as he becomes more experienced in warfare.

Discuss the differences between the soldiers in the camp from New York compared to those from Minnesota.

Discuss the changes in the way the war is fought at the beginning of the war and the way it is fought at Gettysburg.

State two reasons why Charley finds it so difficult to kill horses.

Discuss three forms of research the author might have used to create this story.

How would you define a "soldier's heart"?

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