The Wish Giver: Three Tales of Coven Tree Topics for Discussion

Bill Brittain
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As discussed in "Themes," the lives and ways of the central characters in all three "Tales" are changed, for the better, as the result of their encounters with Blinn's magic. And yet, Stew Meat refers almost explicitly to Blinn as a "creature of darkness," of Satan. Can Thaddeus Blinn truly be as evil, as much a spawn of Satan, as Stew Meat suggests if his actions eventually have a positive result? In what other ways has evil ultimately enabled good, not necessarily in the book but in the world at large?

What is the individual moral teaching, or lesson, in each of the three main tales?

Examine the wishes made by each of the characters for the clue to what happens to them as the result of making their wishes. For Polly, see "Quotes - p. 30," for Rowena see "Quotes," p. 85, and for Adam...

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