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Sexuality: Vivian receives an atypical sexual education from her new friends, the showgirls, and from her time with Anthony Questions and Topics for Discussion 1. Narrative: Elizabeth Gilbert chooses to tell Vivian's story in the form of a letter to a younger woman, Angela. How do you think the story benefits from being told in the voice of 89-year-old Vivian, looking back? What did you learn from this vantage? How did it influence your reading experience? 2. Character perspective: In 1940, nineteen-year-old Vivian's introduction to life in New York City and within the Lily Playhouse is a shock after her world at Vassar and her family outside of the city. What is so different about it all? What elements of this new city and world shape her the most, do you think? And how might they have struck her differently if she'd come from a different kind of family and class background? 3. How does her time at the Lily shape Vivian's ideas about sex and love and desire and appetite as a young woman, and how do these ideas sustain and evolve later in her life? How much do you think her adult ideas about female desire are due to her personality or experience? How typical do you think Vivian's attitudes about sex and love would have been for someone of her age and time? 4. Female friendship, part 1: Consider the portrayal of Vivian's friendship with Celia Ray, the smoldering showgirl at the Lily Playhouse. How does it compare to her previous experiences of female friendship from school. (más…)