Never Cry Wolf - Study Guide Chapter 9: Good Old Uncle Albert Summary & Analysis

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From that time forward, Farley’s domain is never violated by the wolves, and he adapts himself to their schedules so that he doesn’t miss anything vital in their day to day activities. At first, he finds it difficult to nap like a wolf, instead dropping off to sleep for hours at a time. But, once he begins to imitate all of their mannerisms, including changing his body’s position after each nap, it becomes easier and he is much more refreshed. Farley names the patriarch of the wolf family George and the matriarch, Angeline. In the early days, Farley often notices the presence of a third wolf, which confounds his observations of the monogamous relationship that George and Angeline obviously have, and he has difficulty understanding how this third wolf fits in, but his behavior is like that of a favorite uncle...

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