The Coldest Winter Ever Topics for Discussion

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It is posited that true change in urban ghetto culture must come from within that culture itself. What specific steps might constitute a beginning?

Winter can be described as amoral, that is, one who has not developed a conscience, or a sense of right and wrong. Do you believe she is immoral or amoral? Support your opinion with specific examples from the book.

During the course of her young life, Winter has some opportunities to make positive choices. Cite these opportunities and her justifications for not taking advantage of them.

Midnight can be seen as the symbol of hope for the black male. Develop this concept through Midnight's life as depicted in the story. How realistic is his change, and is it realistic to think that a majority of young black men can do as he did?

"Moms" is the symbol of an incomplete...

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