There are only two questions to answer. Theres a movie if you wish to watch that instead.
At this point, you should have read at least the next four to five chapters, or even finished the book if your found it compelling. Please note that there are some spoiler alerts, so make sure you read further before answering the questions below. Again, only choose one or two of the questions to answer, but make sure your answers are well-developed.
1). According to Elizabeth Kubler-Ross in her book, On Death and Dying,
there are stages of mourning when we discover a loved one is dying or has died:
When and how do you think Matt (and perhaps his daughter) experience at least the first three stages? How does he discovery of his wifes affair adversely affect, accelerate, or negate any of these stages?
2). How did Matts style of fathering change during Joanies coma? Why did it change?
3). Matt King says that this land is in our blood. What does this mean for him? for his family?Tags: descendants