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The Curse of Lono Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Why does the author include excerpts from The Last Voyage of Captain James Cook? What, if any, parallels are present in the story?

What is the relationship between Hunter and Ralph? Does Ralph care for Hunter? Does Hunter care for Ralph? What evidence, if any, supports either case?

How does The Curse of Lono depict women? Are there any strong female characters? If so, what makes these characters strong?

Did Hunter intend to say "I am Lono" or was this an accident, something that slipped out in the midst of bragging?

Hunter is disappointed with his compound on the Kona Coast. Why? Is there anything he could have done to have avoided this disappointment?

In what way is Hunter similar to Captain James Cook? How are they different?

What is the significance of the Samoan war club? What does Hunter use the war club, rather than a...

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