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1. Lois Duncan is said to be a master at the use of detail. Choose two or three well detailed scenes from the story and discuss their importance.

2. Discuss the symbolism of the book's title.

3. Compare Tracy's experience to that of Alice in Through the Looking-Glass (1871) by...

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1. Lois Duncan is said to be a master at the use of detail. Choose two or three well detailed scenes from the story and discuss their importance.

2. Discuss the symbolism of the book's title.

3. Compare Tracy's experience to that of Alice in Through the Looking-Glass (1871) by Lewis Carroll.

4. Compare and contrast your original impression of Brad's family members with your final impression.

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