The March: A Novel Topics for Discussion

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Compare and contrast the characters of Emily and Mattie. Include their backgrounds, their personalities, the choices they make, and how they react to the changes the war brings to their lives.

What is the significance of the gold coins Pearl receives at the beginning of the book? How is the way she chooses to use them important to her character?

Discuss the relationship between Pearl and Mattie. What is their relationship in the beginning and how does it evolve as the book proceeds? Who do you think holds the power?

Photography was a fairly new science at the time the novel takes place. Discuss the ways in which it is significant to the book's plot, major themes, and characters.

Wilma says that she must be as free in her soul as she is by law. What does she mean? Why is this difficult for...

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