Talking God Topics for Discussion

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How does Navajo treatment of the elderly differ from the way very old people are usually treated in the U.S.?

Author Tony Hillerman creates a very complex character in killer Leroy Fleck. What are some of Fleck's unexpected qualities?

When Agnes Tsosie is diagnosed with terminal liver cancer, she decides not to seek treatment. Instead, she calls her relatives to come take her home, where she can die surrounded by friends. What are the pros and cons of her decision?

Henry Highhawk digs up the bones of Catherine Morris Perry's grandparents from the cemetery in a churchyard, and is arrested for desecration of a grave. Is this the same as an archeologist digging up the bones of Navajos? Why or why not?

Leroy Fleck's mother believes that one must get revenge for even the most minor slight. This philosophy, of not letting anyone walk on her...

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