11 book club questions for Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus

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Ice breaking questions

  1. Why was Elizabeth Zott ahead of her time regarding how she felt about society’s rules?
  2. If women are not capable of working, aren’t smart, or are inferior to men, why is it that Elizabeth made a leaving for so long by correcting, teaching, or explaining science to other men who were attempting to do her job?

Brain food questions

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  1. Are women less exposed to sexual harassment in the work environment than in the 50s?
  2. Why is it that men are praised for doing work and home labor and women are not?
  3. Are women seen as heroes for working and having a family as men are?
  4. Why if the producer knew that the boss was abusive towards women didn’t do anything?
  5. What is wrong with male-dominated industries and how do they impact work? Take into consideration university, chemistry, and academic work in the novel.
  6. Where do we see unauthorized access to women’s bodies in the novel?
  7. Why did Elizabeth Zott always use a pencil on her hair?
  8. Why is it that sometimes female workers are enemies by default?
  9. What does rowing mean in the novel?

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