To Say Nothing of the Dog, or, How We Found the Bishop's Bird Stump at Last Topics for Discussion

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Describe how Victorian morals influenced the course of events in the novel.

Note the role of animals in the book. How does the interaction of the characters with Cyril and Princess Arjumand shape the story?

The book makes two arguments regarding the course of history. What are they? What are the merits of each argument and which argument is correct? Are they, or can they, both be correct?

Describe the various ways in which Willis pays homage to Jerome K. Jerome's Three Men in a Boat, and to the works of Dorothy L. Sayers.

Describe the ways in which the continuum tries to correct the incongruity caused by the stealing of the bishop's bird stump.

What are Ultra and Enigma, and how did the incongruity threaten the outcome of World War II?

How is the net supposed to protect history meddling by time travel...

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