Julie of the Wolves Discussion Questions

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What reasons might the author have had for not titling this book Miyax of the Wolves?

What significance do names have in this book? Under what circumstances and by which people is Miyax called Julie? What does she mean when she says, "Julie is gone. I am Miyax now"? (p. 104) Which animals does she name with Eskimo names and which with English names? Is there a difference in their natures?

Why does Julie change her mind about going to live with Amy in San Francisco?

How does the author use light and dark to intensify emotion or embody abstract ideas? Consider the rising of the sun in Barrow, the hunter's airplane, the Northern Lights, the Arctic night and the Bladder Festival.

Cold would seem to be the greatest threat to human survival in the Arctic. How does Miyax use the cold as a tool to...

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