Free Study Guide: The Cider House Rules by John Irving

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The Cider House Rules


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John Irving


First published: 1985


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Table of Contents

Literary Elements
Setting
Character List
Conflict
Short Summary (Synopsis)
Themes
Mood
John Irving - Biography
Literary / Historical Information


Chapter Summaries with Notes / Analysis
Chapter 1 - The Boy Who Belonged to St. Clouds
Chapter 2 - The Lord's Work
Chapter 3 - Princes of Maine, Kings of New England
Chapter 4 - Young Dr. Wells
Chapter 5 - Homer Breaks a Promise
Chapter 6 - Ocean View
Chapter 7 - Before the War
Chapter 8 - Opportunity Knocks
Chapter 9 - Over Burma
Chapter 10 - Fifteen Years
Chapter 11 - Breaking the Rules


Overall Analysis
Character Analysis
Plot Structure Analysis
Themes - Theme Analysis
Point of View
Quotes / Quotations and Analysis

Questions
Study Questions / Multiple Choice Quiz
Answer Key
Discussion Questions
Essay Topics - Book Report Ideas


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