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1. Irene Hunt also wrote The Lottery Rose. In what ways are Up a Road Slowly and The Lottery Rose very different in their portrayals of people and life? What might account for these differences?

2. Imagery plays an important role in allowing the reader to understand and sympathize with characters. Where is imagery used particularly effectively in bringing the reader inside the lives of Julie, Cordelia, and Haskell?

3. Uncle Haskell is a very different person at the end of the book than he is when he first appears. What specific experiences cause him to change?

4. Aunt Cordelia has very firm ideas about a young adult's personal behavior and interaction with adults. What are the strongest lessons she teaches Julie?

What techniques does she use to teach Julie these lessons? Of these lessons, which would still be valuable today, and why?

5. Several lines of poetry written by...

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