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The Glass Room Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Simon Mawer
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Topics for Discussion

Compare Liesel's relationship with Viktor to her relationship with Hana.

1. Who does she seem to have a deepens connection with?

2. How do these relationship matures and change overtime?

1. Why does Viktor believe he should be allowed to keep his wife and his mistress?

2. How does he risk his family's life to save his mistress?

Viktor believed the Glass House/Room represented two things:

1. Modernism

2. How he and Liesel lead transparent lives?

How were these beliefs deceitful?

Through Hana's character Mawer is able to explore the situation for people who were not considered Jews or Germans. How is Hana's experience shaped throughout the novel?

Do you think Viktor connected deeply with Kata as a way to embrace his Jewish heritage that becomes increasingly important to him in the novel?

Explain why or why not.

How does the house become its own character in the novel?

-Analyze the house's...

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