The Monstrumologist Topics for Discussion

Rick Yancey
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Compare and contrast Will Henry's relationship with Warthrop at the beginning, middle, and end of the novel. How does his relationship with the doctor change over time? What are the causes for the change? Do you think Will loves the doctor or the doctor loves him? Why or why not?

One of the primary focuses of the novel is the similarities between human monsters such as Kearns and real monsters such as the Anthropophagi. Compare Kearns' actions in the novel with the actions of the Anthropophagi. How are these two creatures alike? How are they different? After reading the novel, which do you think of as a true "monster" and which as merely a creature of nature? Why? What does this imply about the "intellect" of the human?

In the book, Alistair Warthrop originally intended to make the Anthropophagi with a human. What purpose...

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