History of Wolves - Chapters 11 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Emily Fridlund
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In Chapter 11, they sat at the harbor and watched the parade of ships. Leo talked to Paul about the type and number of ships, and Linda “felt the need … to defend Paul from Leo's good intentions” (Location 1808). Paul talked some and Patra picked up on the conversation to say that Paul missed their home in Oak Park, Illinois. A woman interrupted, trying to hand them some napkins and the three adults saw that Paul was throwing up “a bubbly white mass” (Location 1838). They went home then, this time with Patra seated in the back with Paul. The next day, Paul died. The cause of death was a cerebral edema. Later, Linda learned about the symptoms, including a headache, incontinence, and diabetic ketoacidosis. His brain had been swelling for weeks, and the symptoms had been there all along. At the trial, lawyers asked Linda...

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