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The Netanyahus Literary Q&A

 

What’s the premise of this novel? How does the author make his point of view clear?


Compare the portrayals of the professors, the wives, and the children.


Give examples of satire and when the novel dips into the farce category.


Choose a passage that impressed you from a writing perspective.


How did you feel about the way The Netanyahus was structured?


What cues made the time and setting of the novel real?


What did you think was the most entertaining bit of dialog?


How did you feel about the way the The Netanyahus concluded?


What did you learn from this novel?


How does The Netanyahus stack up to Pulitzer fiction winners that you’ve read?

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