History of Wolves - Chapters 9 - 10 Summary & Analysis

Emily Fridlund
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School dismissed for summer. Linda was not summoned back to Patra's house to babysit. She sometimes thought of Lily and Mr. Grierson, and imagined Mr. Grierson begging Lily not to reveal their secret. One day, Linda was in the woods looking for berries when her father arrived on an ATV. They rode, leaving crushed plants in their wake, whenever the ATV would run.

Linda spent time with their dogs, Jasper, Doctor, Abe, and Quiet. She brushed their coats and sometimes removed their chains to let them run, amazed that they were so easy to please. While walking in the woods, they sometimes roamed far afield of Linda and one day came running back together, “as if they'd organized at last into a real wolf pack,” and Linda saw they were chasing Patra's cat (Location 486). The cat was on a tree limb and Linda...

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