Tiger Eyes Discussion Questions

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Explore the author's use of detailing time. Why is time mentioned so specifically in hours, days, weeks and months?

What it the significance of time in relation to Davey's life and growth?

Examine Davey and Martin, versus Tiger and Wolf. Do Wolf and Tiger have notable differences from their identities as Davey Wexler and Martin Ortiz? What aspects of their personalities are most visible within each identity?

Why were the animal identities needed, and what did they represent for each character?

Is Davey the same as the natives of Los Alamos? Did she conform to Los Alamos life in the end, even after fighting so hard not to?

Parallel the cities of Los Alamos and Atlantic City. Did the main character need both cities to reach her goals? What does each city represent for Davey?

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