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Who is the narrator? What is the narrator's gender? Why does the author chose to hide this gender? Are there any hints as to what the narrator's gender is? How would it change the story if the narrator is given a gender and a name? What gender would you assign to the narrator? Why?

Why does the narrator enjoy relationships with married women? What are the basic differences between a relationship with a married woman and a single woman? What makes a married woman more exciting? Are these relationships moral? What do these relationships say about the narrator?

Who is Bathsheba? Why does the narrator become involved with Bathsheba? What is different about the narrator's relationship with Bathsheba as compared to other relationships? Why does the narrator stay with Bathsheba longer than other married women? Is the narrator in love with Bathsheba? Why or why not?

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