Westminster Abby Topics for Discussion

Micol Ostow
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Throughout "Westminster Abby", Abby is torn between fear and curiosity. What kinds of things does she do to protect herself against new experiences, and what kinds of things does she open herself to? How does she strike a new balance between her fears and her curiosity?

In what ways is Abby a new person at the end of "Westminster Abby"? In what ways is she still the same person she was before she left? What were the primary forces that pushed her to have the experiences she has in the book? Who are the primary influences on Abby? Who is the strongest influence on her?

What is the moral of "Westminster Abby", and how does the novel convey that moral? What competing morals does the book also present, and how does the moral emerge in the end, to teach the one lesson it teaches...

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