Category Archives: Mood

Discussion Questions The Sheik CHs 5 – 7

1.    “For the first time since she had shaken off Gaston she began to think seriously. What she had done was madness. She had no food for herself or her horse, no water, and Heaven alone knew where the … Continue reading

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Discussion Questions Jane Eyre CHs 26 – 32

1. “In the deep shade, at the further end of the room, a figure ran backwards and forwards. What it was, whether beast or human being, one could not, at first sight, tell: it groveled, seemingly on all fours; it snatched … Continue reading

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Discussion Questions for Dark Lover CHs 11-20

Discussion Questions for Group 11: JC, KH, KM, and KP 1.  “She suddenly needed some space, and Wrath let her go as they walked into a lemon-colored room.  Her feet slowed. The place looked like a museum or something she’d expect … Continue reading

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Discussion Questions Rebecca CHs 13-17

Discussion Questions for Group 8: KC, LR, IS, JT 1. In Chapter 14, Mrs. Danvers gives the narrator a creepy tour of Manderley’s west wing: “’Now you are here, let me show you everything,’ she said, her voice ingratiating and … Continue reading

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