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In what ways is Bogus's relationship with Tulpen similar to his relationship with Biggie? In what ways are they different?

Who is the real hero of the poem "Akthelt and Gunnel"? Who is the real villain?

What is the significance of the tank in the Danube river? Do you think Merrill ever saw it?

There are many references in the story to urine. What is the meaning of the prominence of urine? Is this appropriate?

Why does Bogus feel so compelled to protect tiny, helpless things? Why does he want to help some animals but want to kill others?

A lot of the characters are promiscuous. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? How would the story be different if condom use were widespread?

Even though Bogus's father is a urologist, he is unable to help Bogus's urinating problem. What does this say about Dr...

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