History of Wolves - Chapters 17 - 20 Summary & Analysis

Emily Fridlund
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Chapter 17 is the post script from a letter from Mr. Grierson. He wrote about the apparent permanence of the redwoods and sequoias in California, and a time he spent in that area. He never went back because he did not want new memories to destroy those old memories.

In Chapter 18, Linda was taken to the police station to answer questions about Paul, and she wondered if Lily had been questioned in the same room. The prosecutor gave Linda advice about how to avoid being nervous when it was her turn to testify, but she was not nervous. The courtroom was hot during the trial. Linda wore a dress from a thrift store. Her mother accompanied her. Her father did not. Linda planned to place all the blame on Leo if Patra gave her any sign of acknowledgment, but Patra did not. The prosecutor...

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