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Watermelon Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Marian Keyes
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Topics for Discussion

Consider infidelity, and the effect it has on the person who is a victim of a partner's infidelity. In addition, discuss the effect of infidelity on the person who commits the unfaithful actions.

Discuss jealousy. What do jealous thoughts lead to, and how can one rise above jealous thoughts and resolve to think and act with dignity?

Discuss Claire becoming involved in a sexual relationship while she is still legally married to James. Is she doing the exact same thing he was doing? Is there a significant difference in what she did compared to James, or is it a variation of his actions, with only subtle shadings of difference?

Discuss the implications, if any, of an older woman dating a much younger man, as in the case of Claire's friend Laura with her teenage lover. Discuss the implications, if any, of a younger man dating an older...

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