The Professor's House Topics for Discussion

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Why is the Professor so attached to his study? Why doesn't his family understand his attachment? What are the causes of his attachment?

What do you think happened to Rodney Blake? Write another chapter of the book describing what happened to Rodney.

What is the significance of the conflict between Godfrey St. Peter and Horace Langtry?

Why does Tom not want to use the money that Rodney left him for his college education?

What does it mean that Godfrey St. Peter is becoming friends with the boy he had left behind in Kansas, "the original, unmodified Godfrey St. Peter" (p. 239)?

What does it mean that Tom thinks that all of him was there on the top of the mesa after Rodney left, and that he had "found everything instead of having lost everything" (p. 227)?

What role does St. Peter think that chance had played...

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