History of Wolves - Chapters 15 - 16 Summary & Analysis

Emily Fridlund
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In Chapter 15, Linda talked about her life after leaving Loose River. She attended community college in Grand Rapids for three years, then moved to Duluth where she bought a car and dated the mechanic, Rom. He wanted them to get a dog together, hoping it would move them toward a more stable relationship. That Christmas, she gave him a leash and collar, but had him use them on her for sex games.

Her roommate, Ann, was upset that Linda did not have real Christmas holiday plans. When Mr. Grierson sent her a letter, Linda let Ann believe it was from a relative. Mr Grierson did not remember Linda. He addressed her statement that she believed in his innocence by saying that some people felt the need to defend others, hoping that someone will be there to defend them when their turn comes around...

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