What are your first impressions of Margo? Is she a believable character? What does Q think of her?
Students should observe what they've learned about Margo: she seems impulsive, powerful, rebellious. Make sure your students consider that the reader sees what Q sees, because we're seeing Margo through Q's eyes – and he idealizes her. Q sees Margo as a magical being; infinitely beautiful, smart, powerful. If it seems that Margo is not entirely fleshed out, it may be because Q does not view her as a whole person, but as an ideal.
Margo and Q have two very different reactions to finding a dead body. Compare them.
Q is very frightened when they see the...
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