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8 Book Club Questions for Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens


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With these 8 discussion questions, you can drive the most amazing book club for Where the Crawdad Sing! Get together with your coworkers, neighbors, and avid reading friends to have an incredible discussion about an amazing book

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Diversity questions

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  1. What is the importance of education in the novel?
  2. What are the effects of isolation on people?
  3. Does the novel reinforce the fact that humans are social beings?
  4. Do you think that chase had any kind of interest in her?
  5. What is the meaning that the girls are used to going to the Black people’s town?
  6. What did Tate and the girl have in common besides the swamp?
  7. What is the importance of isolation in the novel?
  8. What is the role of nature in the novel?

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