A Wolf Called Wander Quotes

Rosanne Parry
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I sit on my wag, but it will not hold still.”
-- Wander (Pack )

Importance: This is one example of the importance of body language and Wander's immaturity at this point. He has just met Father for the first time, and he is trying to control his excitement.

Anyone who tangles with a porcupine bows to him forever after.”
-- Father (Watch)

Importance: Father is teaching Wander about the animals in their world, including the skunk and porcupine. These lessons play an important role in Wander's maturity.

All creatures eat and all are eaten in the end, but I am not ready to be eaten, not today.”
-- Wander (Pain)

Importance: Wander is struggling in the hours after the rival pack attacks, and he becomes so desperate that he eats a bug, a butterfly, and then a snake, knowing that he has to get his strength back if he hopes to survive.

But they can kill with a look and a loud...
-- Mother (Raven)

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