Willow Topics for Discussion

Julia Hoban
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Throughout the novel, neither Willow nor Guy is given a physical description by the narrator. Why do you think this is? Were you able to connect with Willow as a character without knowing what she looked like? How does this omission fit into the themes of the novel? Be sure to include examples from the text to help strengthen your arguments.

Describe Willow's relationship with her brother David. What had their relationship been like before the accident? How did both Willow and David's roles within the family change after their parents' death? Why didn't David ever confront Willow about the accident? What does this say about their relationship? Be sure to include examples from the text to help strengthen their arguments.

How did Willow manage to keep her self-destructive secret hidden from the outside world for as long as she did? What warning signs...

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