Wolf of Shadows Essay & Project Ideas

Whitley Strieber
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1. Read another book or story which is told from an animal's point of view.

Write a report comparing it to Wolf of Shadows. Some of the things you might look at are: how the animal characters perceive the world, their relationships with humans, whether they are social animals (living as part of a group) or solitary, and what these mean for their lives. Try to explain how each author, who naturally cannot know the animal's life and feelings from personal experience, is able to imagine them and put them into words.

2. Write a brief report explaining how Wolf of Shadows uses facts from recent scientific studies in showing wolf behavior within the pack, and wolf-human interaction.

3. Draw a series of pictures showing events and terrain on the journey taken by the wolves and the woman and her daughter. Try to...

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