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Can Jane's relationship with Michael be read as a metaphor? If so, in what way? How does the structure of the book reinforce or contradict this reading?

What types of love does the novel present? Is there a hierarchy of importance in these types of love? Give two examples of relationships between characters to support your claims.

How does the use of the theater underscore the narrative's major themes? In what ways is it appropriate that Jane and Vivienne work in this arena? Inappropriate?

Compare and contrast the two actors who play the character of "Michael" in "Thank Heaven," Hugh and Michael himself. In what ways are the characters suited for this role? Did Jane make the ultimately correct choice?

In what ways might New York City be present as a character in this book? How is the city characterized, and how does it...

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