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Why did Fred feel obliged to help Skippey out? What arguments did Fred advance that he didn't believe? Did Skippey intimate that the first debater was inexperienced or intimidated?

Was Skippey's summary a relatively accurate description of what Fred really believed? Although Fred was annoyed by Skippey' asking him to argue opposite what he believes (with almost no preparation time)--Skippey is a better friend to him than Holcombe. Why? How?

How is Daisy's life like the narrator's description of her twice-daily crossings of the Thames (when she worked as a clerk, before she worked at Blackfriars)?

Why was the knowledge of the physicists--including Professor Flowerdew (whose stance came from knowing too much rather than too little)--so much more practical than that of the physicians?

How do the real choices Daisy have contrast with the goals of the women's suffrage movement? How is what Kelly is...

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