The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, Traitor to the Nation, Vol. 1: The Pox Party Topics for Discussion

Matthew Tobin Anderson
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How does Octavian feel about Gitney as a young child? Explain how this changes as he grows older.

Why is Octavian jealous of Cheldethorpe's attention toward his mother? Does this lead him to attack the Lord when his mother is threatened? Explain.

What is the most important change that Sharpe brings about at Lucidity College? What about in the life of Octavian when Sharpe first arrives? Why does he do this?

Is Bono a wise man? Why or why not?

What regarding Cassiopeia's past is likely true, given that she attempts not to discuss it so much? Why does she refuse to talk about it with Octavian as he grows older?

Why does Octavian join the rebel army if the English have promised to free the slaves?

What evidence, if any, is there that a large slave revolt will take place in the colonies? Are the slave-owners...

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