Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 10 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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On the Tuesday after the funeral, the portrait is finally taken out of its black garbage bag and viewed for the first time. Greta, June, and their mother stand staring at every detail, and June notices an addition, but says nothing. Danni insists they frame it and takes the girls to Mr. Trusky's where he tries again and again to please everyone but without success. June and her mother return the following day and manage to find a frame immediately but when June is reluctant to leave it behind with Mr. Trusky, he promises to stay late and have it back to them the following day. True to his word, he is back the next day and though her mother and father both like the results, June doesn't.

Two weeks after the funeral, a mailman comes when June is home alone. He asks...

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