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"Like the beautifully formed polar bears and foxes of the north, she was slightly short-limbed. The frigid environment of the Arctic has sculptured life into compact shapes. Unlike the long-limbed, long-bodied animals of the south that are cooled by dispensing heat on extended surfaces, all live things in the Arctic tend toward compactness, to conserve heat."

"Amaroq, the Wolf," p. 8

"Amaroq got to his feet, and as he slowly arose he seemed to fill the sky and blot out the sun. He was enormous. He could swallow her without even chewing.

"'But he won't,' she reminded herself. 'Wolves do not eat people. That's gussak talk. Kapugen said wolves are gentle brothers."'

"Amaroq, the Wolf," p. 15

"He must indeed be their leader, for he was clearly the wealthy wolf, that is, wealthy as she had known the meaning of the word on Nunivak Island. There the old...

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