Hi all! Are you ready to discuss this? I'll be at a wedding for the weekend, but I thought I'd go ahead and start a thread for discussion on Monday.
I've read The Time Traveler's Wife three times. The most obvious observations that come to mind is the bird/wing imagery. Did you notice? What do you think? What do you think the bird imagery leads to? I believe that Claire actually spells it out for us when she makes the wings for Henry. Find that selection. Reread it. Do you concur?
Speaking about Claire, what do you think about her? Is she the devoted wife deserving of sympathy? Or the pathetic individual who watches life pass by? The title is about her, of course. Is the story about her or is it Henry's story?
There are about 1 million combination of questions from this book, beyond the questions in the back. So, ladies and gentleman, let's start typing!