Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 13 - 15 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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Later that evening, June asks her mother what will happen to Finn's apartment. Danielle takes June into the living room where the portrait of June and Greta hangs, and tries to explain to June that Finn had a 'special friend' who now lived in the apartment. Seeing the distress it causes her to discuss the matter, June decides against telling her about Toby's note and agrees to drop the subject to her mother's relief.

Greta tells June that the party is finally happening and that she's already arranged for June to be able to get out by telling their mother that June was needed to help with the play. She sits through the rehearsal in the dark, watching as they go through each scene again and again. When Greta does a routine, the director Mr. Nebowitz tells the rest of the class that...

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