History of Wolves Symbols & Objects

Emily Fridlund
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Governess

Patra suggested the title "Goerness" to describe Linda's role in their lives, symbolizing that Linda had a larger role to play than merely a teenage girl looking after Paul to give Patra time to edit Leo's writing.

The Pornographic Photos

The child pornography photos, located in a very easy to find place, belonged to Mr. Grierson and they symbolize his desire for someone to help him stop actions that he knew to be wrong. Linda believes Mr. Grierson placed the anonymous phone call that sent police to his apartment where police found the photos.

The Trial

The trial is a symbol of an effort as justice as officials tried to make Patra and Leo face responsibility for allowing Paul to die without seeking medical attention.

Tylenol

Linda was going to town, ostensibly to get Tylenol for Paul, but the Tylenol was really a symbol for the...

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