The Forest House Topics for Discussion

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Both Roman society and Briton society are arranged in extremely hierarchical ways. Compare and contrast the social organizations of the two cultures, as they are presented in The Forest House.

Half-Briton, Half-Roman characters appear frequently throughout the novel. What is their narrative and symbolic purpose, and how does this purpose change throughout the book?

Dieda and Eilan are often mistaken for each other at the beginning of the book. How are they similar and how are they different? How do they change in relationship to one another, throughout the book?

Mothers are discussed in many different ways in The Forest House. How is the role of the mother portrayed in Briton society? Roman? What about in religion?

How are Ardanos and Macellius similar? Discuss the similarities and differences in their societal and familial roles.

Senara is the name of two characters in The Forest...

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