1. I think it would be interesting to discuss why Unca Jr. and her husband took all of the native's gold and sent it back to England.
2. Why didn't the Female American have as many problems with religion/morality as Crusoe? Most of the conflict seemed to vanish because of this...
3. I'm wondering whether gender or race is the bigger issue for an 18th century audience.
4. Why does Unca see when others are sinning or abusing authority, but not her?
5. Where does this novel fit into our understanding this genre at the time period?
6. I want to know if you are on board with bringing this into the canon or is it just useful to study one of the inessential bubbles?
Deadline: Saturday midnight (after all, we need to get started on Otranto!)