A Lucky Man - Wolf and Rhonda Summary & Analysis

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In "Wolf and Rhonda," the St. Paul's Class of 1991 gathers for their reunion at the "Tavern on Bruckner" (187). Written in a close third, the narrative adopts a free indirect point of view, following both Wolf and Rhonda's experiences over the course of the story. The story begins closest to Wolf's point of view and the reader learns about his relationships with Lizzie Barns, Chucho Hernandez, and Duncan Wardell. The group of friends discusses the news and priest accusations, as well as football star Sterling's death. Wolf stares at Martiza, who was the boys' idol in high school. Wolf notes how old she looks, and thinks about how much he likes being called Wolf. Now that Wolf is married and living in Florida, everyone calls him Wilfred Jones. The conversation dulls until Fat Rhonda enters.

She looks bigger than she used to and...

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