Wolves of the Calla Short Essay - Answer Key

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1. Once the children of Calla Bryn Sturgis are returned after being abducted by the Wolves, what are they like?

When the children of Calla Bryn Sturgis return home after being abducted by the Wolves, they are brain damaged, usually unable to walk, talk, or take care of themselves. When these children reach puberty, they experience a dramatic growth spurt, turning them into giants. These children quickly become burdensome to their families, and die at a young age.

2. What is Tian's motivation for bringing the community together and suggesting that the entire village stand up and fight against the Wolves?

Tian's motivation for proposing to battle the Wolves to the villagers is a close personal one. Tian has a twin, Tia, who was abducted by the Wolves and has since returned to live with Tian and his own family. Tian sees what his twin had to endure, and he does not want his own children to have to go through it; Tian has two sets of twin children and a singleton.

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