The Warden Topics for Discussion

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Is Mr. Harding right to give up his position as warden?

What other solutions for this problem could there be? Are there any other logical ways to divide up the money?

Why does the author make so many references to novels when talking about Eleanor and John?

Who is a better person: Mr. Harding or Dr. Grantly? Who has better motives?

Why do the beadsmen agree to sign the petition?

The narrator indicates that anything printed in the Jupiter is automatically true. What would you do if a newspaper printed a slanderous article about you?

John Bold is motivated by a desire for reform. Does he accomplish this? Does reform have to be turbulent?

Mr. Harding is upset because he has no way to clear his name after the newspaper articles about him. What is the value of a good reputation? Does reputation matter?

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