1. Students should discuss at least one item from each column:
|- the historical spread of religions containing reincarnation and its effect||- the use of rebirth and reincarnation in modern fictional media|
|- the presence of reincarnation in multiple religions due to historical religious trade||- the place that religions containing reincarnation have in modern society|
2. Students should discuss at least one of the following ideas: free will, emotional stability, mental health, emotional rebirth, personal versus public ethics, or the implications of larger consequences.
3. Students should discuss at least two of the following:
- kalachakra is a concept in Buddhism but a type of person (debatably species) in TFFLHA
- kalachakras in TFFLHA are a physical embodiment of the concept of cycles in Buddhism
- both relate to or deal with natural cycles of time
4. Students should discuss at least one of the following:
- it was likely just as much the result of a poor mental healthcare system as it was his own personal confusion
- child suicide wasn't necessarily uncommon at the time
5. Students should discuss at least one of the following:
- the violent reactions (convulsions, etc.) that electroshock therapy caused, even more prominent in earlier years
- the use of electroshock therapy in treating mental illness, likely why it caused the Forgetting in normal ouroborans in the first place
6. Students should discuss at least two of the following:
- mental facilities were particularly inhumane to their inmates (without legal repercussion)
- the medical rules and regulations (regarding patient rights, prescriptions, etc.) that we see now were not in place, at least not nearly as soundly as they are today
- the death rates of these facilities were very high
7. Students should make a reasonable conclusion about the characterization of Patrick and Harriet (such as that while sometimes cold, both clearly loved Harry or that Patrick's various relationships with Harry later in their lives revealed certain aspects of his character) and additionally discuss at least one of the following about why they were characterized as such:
- to illustrate the bond between adopted family, even in imperfect circumstances
- to develop Harry's character through his relationships to such important people in his young and adult life/lives
8. Students' views may vary, but arguments should make logical sense and refer in some way to the linked page.
9. Students should recognize that Harry's life would have been much more negative in the care of his biological mother. Additional support and discussion should be present but must only be logical to pass.
10. Students should discuss at least two of the following effects of Vincent's forced industrialization:
- ideas build off of one another extremely quickly
- society (science, medicine, industry, etc.) develops arguably too quickly as a result of these rapid ideas
- nature deteriorates even sooner and faster than it would normally
11. Students should recognize and make an argument for in some way that the public wasn't ready for the developments it saw. Additional support should be logical and ought to be taken from the book (doesn't necessarily need a citation).
12. Students should discuss that the media has a great influence on politics, which would have allowed Harry to meet with Vincent more easily. Additional evidence is not strictly necessary.