Stotan! Topics for Discussion

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Several of the main themes of the story are left unresolved by the end. Why does the author do this?

Some characters in the novel suggest the best response to racism is to ignore it. Why do they think so? Are they correct?

What are the factors keeping Walker from telling his girlfriend how he truly feels? Do you think he broke up with her in the end? Is it important to the story whether he does or not?

What are some of the ways the author suggests that life parallels athletic competition. How are they different?

Discuss the theme of loyalty and trust among the main characters. How do they demonstrate their loyalty and trust?

What role does violence play in the novel. Is it ever necessary?

What does it mean to be a "Stotan?"

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