The Wind Singer Topics for Discussion

William Nicholson
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The thought, "We face the ancient enemy at last. What else can we do but die?" from the old leader of the gray wolves in Chapter 21 (page 304) underscores the hopelessness of fighting the Zars. Why is this quote and the attack of the wolves and black eagles important? What does it demonstrate to Kestrel, Bowman, and Mumpo?

Discuss the theme of family in William Nicholson's novel, "The Wind Singer". What is family like in the novel? What is the Hath family like? How do the members of the Hath clan demonstrate the theme of family, and how does it affect the course of the novel? Provide specific examples.

Discuss the friendship that exists between the characters of Bowman, Kestrel, and Mumpo. What is this friendship like? Why is it important? How do each of the characters help and encourage the others?

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