Testament of Youth: An Autobiographical Study of the Years 1900-1925 Topics for Discussion

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Vera comments several times that she viewed the outbreak of World War I as a personal interruption in her life. What did she mean by this and in what way was it true?

Why does Vera decide to suspend her studies at Somerville College? Why does she go into nursing? What are her reasons?

After Roland's death, Vera decides to leave nursing, and then changes her mind. Why? Why didn't she return to her studies at Somerville at this time?

Why does Vera leave Malta? What reason does she give to the Red Cross? Do they accept her reason?

Vera says that her life was divided into two parts. Why? What divided her life? Who or what were a part of each part?

Vera had some income from her father's business but not much. What occupation did she want to go into? How did she earn an income?

Vera had...

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