V For Vendetta Topics for Discussion

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V's mission involved killing as a means of enacting change. From the beginning, Evey was against killing. Would it have been possible for the changes to occur without killing?

V was a man who was well educated, and an intellectual. He frequently used quotes as a way of communicating his ideas. In some instances, his words and their delivery could be construed as witty. Are there any examples of V possessing a sense of humor? If so, what are they?

By the end of the story, Evey was a woman transformed. What characteristics were changed? What was the catalyst for this change? Explain.

Eric Finch was a man involved in party politics for years. Which events lead up to his eventual departure from the party? Describe in detail what those events were.

The violet Carson held great significance to V. What did it mean to him? Why...

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