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1 Discussion Question 1: (Page 51) Why does Curly's wife spend so much time around the men? What is she looking for? Do you think she will find whatever she is looking for from any of the men on the ranch? Who is most likely to fall for Curly's wife? (Page 51) Why does Curly's wife spend so much time around the men? What is she lookingfor? Do you think she will find whatever she is looking for from any of the men on theranch?Who is most likely to fall for Curly's wife?(Page 51) Why does Curly's wife spend so much time around the men? What is she lookingfor? Do you think she will find whatever she is looking for from any of the men on theranch?Who is most likely to fall for Curly's wife?(Page 51) Why does Curly's wife spend so much time around the men? What is she lookingfor? Do you think she will find whatever she is looking for from any of the men on theranch?Who is most likely to fall for Curly's wife?(Page 51) Why does Curly's wife spend so much time around the men? What is she lookingfor? Do you think she will find whatever she is looking for from any of the men on theranch?Who is most likely to fall for Curly's wife?(Page 51) Why does Curly's wife spend so much time around the men? What is she lookingfor? Do you think she will find whatever she is looking for from any of the men on theranch?Who is most likely to fall for Curly's wife?(Page 51) Why does Curly's wife spend so much time around the men? What is she lookingfor? Do you think she will find whatever she is looking for from any of the men on theranch?Who is most likely to fall for Curly's wife?(Page 51) Why does Curly's wife spend so much time around the men? What is she lookingfor? Do you think she will find whatever she is looking for from any of the men on theranch?Who is most likely to fall for Curly's wife?(Page 51) Why does Curly's wife spend so much time around the men? What is she lookingfor? Do you think she will find whatever she is looking for from any of the men on theranch?Who is most likely to fall for Curly's wife?

2 Discussion Question 2: (Page 52) Are places like Susy's still available today? Susy's whore house is a seemingly normal place for the men to visit. How might the same type of place be seen today? Is this acceptable? Why/why not? (Page 52) Are places like Susy's still available today? Susy's whore house is a seeminglynormal place for the men to visit. How might the same type of place be seen today? Is thisacceptable? Why/why not?

3 Discussion Question 3: (Page 56) Why does George seem to prefer a whore house over Curly's wife? What is the difference? (Page 56) Why does George seem to prefer a whore house over Curly's wife? What is thedifference? ((Page 56) Why does George seem to prefer a whore house over Curly's wife? What is thedifference?(Page 56) Why does George seem to prefer a whore house over Curly's wife? What is thedifference?

4 Discussion Question 4: (Page 52) Why do minor characters, even Susy the prostitute, and the dog Lulu, have names, but not Curley’s wife? (Page 52) Why do minor characters, even Susy the prostitute, and the dog Lulu, have names, but not Curley’s wife? (Page 52) Why do minor characters, even Susy the prostitute, and the dog Lulu, have names, but not Curley’s wife?0(Page 52) Why do minor characters, even Susy the prostitute, and the dog Lulu, have names, but not Curley’s wife?

5 Discussion Question 6: (Page 62) Carlson suggests Curly's wife has no place outside of the house. What does this say about his opinion on women? What does this say about the 1930's opinion on women? Has this opinion changed since the 1930s? How so? How is it similar? (Page 62) Carlson suggests Curly's wife has no place outside of the house. What doesthis say about his opinion on women? What does this say about the 1930's opinion onwomen?Has this opinion changed since the 1930s? How so? How is it similar? (Page 62) Carlson suggests Curly's wife has no place outside of the house. What doesthis say about his opinion on women? What does this say about the 1930's opinion onwomen?Has this opinion changed since the 1930s? How so? How is its similar?(Page 62) Carlson suggests Curly's wife has no place outside of the house. What doesthis say about his opinion on women? What does this say about the 1930's opinion onwomen?Has this opinion changed since the 1930s? How so? How is it similar?


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