1. The author looks into how the wild woman _____________ can serve a healing function for women who have been oppressed.
2. The Wild Woman idea is one that is a ____________ view of women, rather than the weak and oppressed view.
3. The author is drawn to the idea of the Wild Woman because of the way she has been draw to her favorite animal, the ___________.
4. For some, the wolf is seen as just a menace, especially to _____________, according to the author.
5. What is the other name of the Wolf Woman, as portrayed in the initial story in this book?
6. Old women with the powers of ______________ are the focus of the Wolf Woman story.
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