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The Warlock Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Michael Scott (Irish author)
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Topics for Discussion

There are several main characters in this book. Who are these main characters? Describe each of them. What role does each character play in the story? What characters are the protagonists? What characters are the antagonists? Explain. How does this opposition help the plot to progress?

This book acts similarly as mythology and folklore. What is the purpose of mythology and folklore? How is this book like mythology and folklore?

There are several themes found in this book. What are three themes? Explain how each is a theme found in this book. Are these universal themes? If so, how? If not, why not? What lessons can be learned from these themes? How are the characters in the book affected by these themes?

Many of the mythological creatures have some human-like features. Why might the author have created them in this way? How does this affect the characters...

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This section contains 433 words
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