History of Wolves - Chapters 5 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Emily Fridlund
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Linda says she often has dreams about that time, but the dreams tend to center around the dogs. She arrived home late that night, so her father took care of the dogs, which was usually her job. But in the dream, the dogs do not appear normal and she struggles to do what is required. Linda then refers to Mr. Grierson. She read a newspaper article about the police dog that found cocaine in the possession of a student who had sublet Mr. Grierson's apartment. The dog also found Grierson's stash of child pornography photos in an envelop bearing Mr. Grierson's name.

Linda kept watching Lily that spring and knew a lot about her. Her mother died in a car wreck. Lily and her father lived in a trailer that bordered the Indian reservation and there were theories that an ancestor was a...

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