The Spy's Wife Topics for Discussion

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In literature, the weather and the natural elements are often used metaphorically to describe the feelings of characters and the severity of their situations. Describe the way in which weather provides an analytic view of the characters and circumstances in The Spy's Wife, using examples.

Persistent confusion and unrest can make or break a person's character, depending on the individual's personal strength. Discuss the levels of ambiguity in the story with detailed examples. Name three characters that suffer from ambiguity and examine the effect it has on them.

Compare and contrast the characters of the men in Molly's life: Sam, Trevor, Monk, Ivor, Wallace, and Iain. Does the pain caused by any of them have a positive effect on her?

Do you like the ending of the novel? Explain your reason for liking/disliking the ending using examples of character analysis and themes. Would...

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