How does the author incorporate and develop the narrative around the represented moral context(s)? Explain. (Be sure to identify at least 2 moral contexts in your novel)
Who are the powerful people in the text? Who are the powerless? Who receives the most attention? Why do the powerful have the power? Why are the powerless powerless?
Do the powerful in the text suppress the powerless? How? News? Media? Religion? Literature? What other conditions stemming from their class does the writer emphasize? (e.g., poor education, poor nutrition, poor health care, inadequate opportunity)
Connect the moral contexts of the novel to contemporary issues facing Canada. Explain using details from the novel and your own experiences.