Yonnondio: From the Thirties Topics for Discussion

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Do you think the Holbrooks are trapped? How could they change their circumstances for the better?

The Holbrooks live in several different places in the book. Which do you think is the best? Which is worst?

What is really wrong with Anna Holbrook? How could her family help her in her illness?

How might the Holbrooks' lives be different if they had access to birth control?

What are some of the sacrifices that Jim and Anna make for their children? In what ways do they neglect or abuse their children?

Else is unable to have children, while Anna keeps getting pregnant. Why do the two women envy one another? Who do you think has a better life?

This novel is unfinished, so the ending is not final. How do you think it should end?

How do the different Holbrook children react to the obstacles life puts in...

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