There are a multitude of questions that the novel Paul Revere's Ride could raise in the mind of readers.
1. What impact did the culture of society have on the decisions made by Paul Revere and General Gage?
2. What did the different perspectives shown by Revere and Gage have on defining their characters?
3. What can you learn about the values of both Revere and Gage based upon their actions and decisions?
4. The first paragraph of the text offers the popular view of how many regard Revere. Based upon your knowledge of Revere, does this description match your personal image of Revere?
5. When looking at the image of Revere, as painted by Copley, what can you tell about Paul Revere?
6. Is Revere's "Yankee speech" misleading? Why or why not?