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Antoine Leiris
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How does the ladybug story serve as a metaphor for Melvil’s life generally? What realization does Leiris make while reading it?

This helps the student understand a major theme, that Melvil will eventually have to face tragedy and sadness in his life despite his father's efforts to protect him.

In Chapter Four, Leiris resists the urge to be angry at the terrorists who killed his wife. Why does Leiris reject anger? Do you agree with his view of the situation?

This helps the student understand a major theme, Leiris's unwillingness to focus on the circumstances of his wife's death and the individuals that killed her.

Why does Leiris look forward to seeing his wife’s body? Why is happier after doing so?

This situation is an example of irony and helps the student understand the important role that physical experiences play in Leiris's life and grieving...

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