The Last Painting of Sara De Vos Book Club Discussion Questions

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Discussion Questions:

1. The setting of The Last Painting of Sara De Vos took place in various locations and time period. Did you find Smith’s method of going back and forth and between the different time periods and locations a success to keeping you engaged?

2. Which character did you most identify with? Why?

3. Why do you think Ellie agreed to restore the painting? Would you have done it in her position?

4. At the Edge of a Wood had different meanings to each person. What did the painting represent to Sara, Ellie, and Marty?

5. The Last Painting of Sara de Vos backdrop was the Dutch Golden Age, did you find that you wanted to see and learn more about this era after reading this book?

6. What did Marty want to achieve by traveling to Sydney to deliver the painting? What emerges from the reconciliation between Marty and Ellie?

7. What was Ellie’s purpose in going to Edith Zeller’s bed and breakfast in Heemstede? Did she find what she was looking for?

8. After reading The Last Painting of Sara de Vos, who would your recommend it to?

 

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2 thoughts on “The Last Painting of Sara De Vos Book Club Discussion Questions

  1. These are very thoughtful discussion questions, Dinh. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to join you in this month’s reading, but I’m confident there will be an opportunity in the near future. =)

    1. Hi Lonna!
      Thanks for the compliment on the discussion questions.
      Feel free to join us any time in the reading. We know how hectic life can get and it’s nice to read whatever our mood takes us to don’t feel pressured.
      I look forward to discussing a book that we have both read. I would love to compare notes!

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