42 pages 1 hour read

Taylor Jenkins Reid

Daisy Jones & The Six

Fiction | Novel | Adult | Published in 2019

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How does Reid use music to express what cannot otherwise be said between Daisy and Billy? Use evidence from the song lyrics to articulate the connection between Billy and Daisy that can be sung but not spoken.

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Billy’s wife, Camila, is depicted as a strong woman who stands by her husband no matter what. Camila does not leave Billy when he first cheats on her, and she spends her life making sure Billy stays sober for his family. Even when it is obvious that Billy is in love with Daisy, still Camila puts all her trust in Billy. Do you agree with Camila’s choice to stand behind Billy? Does Camila represent the same feminism as Daisy and Karen, or does she challenge it?

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In what ways is Daisy her own worst enemy? Does her childhood propel her drug abuse, or does her drug abuse propel her unhappiness? Find evidence of her drug abuse, her reliance on self-destructive relationships, and her own self-reflections to determine the root cause of Daisy’s cycle of self-destruction.

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