11 book club questions for Circe by Madeline Miller

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Ice breaking questions

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  1. What about pretty privilege?
  2. Disregarded by everybody she would settle with marriage. Why?
  3. Where do we see the patriarchal bargain in the novel?
  4. Why is Circe a witch? What does it mean?
  5. Why is she desirable after she was banished by her father?
  6. What does it mean the connection between her and Prometheus? 
  7. What does “a golden cage is still a cage” mean?
  8. What does Circe symbolize to women in the novel (and even personally)?
  9. Why do men think that Circe is defenseless?
  10. Why does Circe turn them into pings? 
  11. Why would nature go to women’s aid when they are in pain?

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  1. crosbysusana76d1aed944 Avatar

    This is such a great idea! I might start adding possible book club questions to the end of my reviews (it’ll be snarky if I didn’t like the book lol)

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    1. Caesar H. Avatar

      Nothing like despite a book and showing it 😂

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      1. crosbysusana76d1aed944 Avatar

        Look lol! I don’t drag books often but when I do? I try to be entertaining. With My Little Eye came out well, I think. Nothing will ever beat my review of the Guest List and All the Stars and Teeth, though.


      2. Caesar H. Avatar

        Make it fun so we don’t make it mean 😂😂

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      3. crosbysusana76d1aed944 Avatar

        You assume it has to be either or. Although I should clarify that I NEVER tag or attack an author in those reviews. I won’t cross that line. Now if a book is off the wall problematic? That’s not even a drag. That’s just a proble.


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