who read Perfume: The Story Of A Murderer help me please

  1. How does the author explain Grenouille’s fascination for the scents of girls of a certain age and type? How does the description of these girls dehumanize them?
  2. Why does Druot finally admit to Grenouille’s crimes? Why do the townspeople insist on finding another murderer even though Grenouille was convicted?
  3. Could Grenouille really have survived for seven years in the cave in the Massif Centrale? Which elements of this prolonged solitude are believable, and which are fantastic?
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