Night book club discussion questions
Lead your book club discussions with ease. These pages include questions on the most popular book club picks. They are ready to print and designed to spark lively conversations. The books are listed alphabetically by title. Here are a few questions for study and discussion. These questions are designed to make you think about the book(s). How. Why. Was the presence of the author disruptive. Would you want to meet any of the characters. Did you like them. The memoir provides a good starting point for discussing the Holocaust, suffering, and human rights.
How does his faith change. ModSpoiler Warning: These book club discussion questions reveal important details about The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. Finish the book before reading on.1. The Night Circus is not written in a linear timeline. Did you find the structure of the book disorienting. The novel opens with a quote from Oscar Wilde:A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world.How is this sentiment explored in The Night Circus. Who in the novel is a dreamer. The novel frequently changes narrative perspective.
How does this transition shape your reading of the novel and your connection to the characters and the circus. The narrative also follows a non-linear sequence—shifting at times from present to past. There are a number of allusions to Shakespeare throughout the text: Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, and As You Like It. Some of the main themes of the novel are betrayal, revenge, redemption, rebuilding. In the opening chapter, Grace explodes into anger. Do you feel she had a disproportionate response. Why do we enjoy reading about such spectacular acts of revenge.