The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah Discussion Questions

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  • Critic Harold Bloom maintains that King's greatest strength as a writer is his use of evocative images that build up over the course of a novel to create a central, overpowering image. Pick out three of the images used in Song of Susannah. Examples might include the white legs on the African American Susannah, and the man with the head of a bird in the Dixie Pig. Consider these images individually: do they grab the reader's attention and why? What do they suggest? Do they add up to anything greater when considered together? Write a paragraph about each image.
  • One notable moment in Song of Susannah occurs when Stephen King appears in his own book as a character. He engages in a lengthy dialogue with other characters in the book—all characters he created. At the end of the book, he includes...

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