Telegraph Avenue Topics for Discussion

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Why is the title of the novel Telegraph Avenue and not Brokeland Records? How is Telegraph Avenue more appropriate?

Which characters are round and dynamic characters? Which characters are flat and which ones are one-dimensional?

What role does race play in the novel?

Is this novel a tragedy or comedy?

Which character changes the most? What is their catalyst?

Describe the role of the kung fu motif that is woven throughout the text. How does this link all of the characters?

In Chapter IV, why is it surprising that after all Julie has been through in the book that he is most upset about his tape player breaking? What does this suggest about his character? What does Nat's response to his son suggest about Nat's character?

What was the climax of the novel? What changes did it set in motion?

Why was it so...

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