Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 16 - 18 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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On Sunday morning, June is getting ready to go to the mall when Greta calls everyone into the living room. She found a note in the New York Times drawing her attention to an article inside and reads it to everyone. It includes a half page photo of their portrait and an expose about Finn. It describes the painting titled 'Tell The Wolves I'm Home' and discusses Finn's lack of contribution of late to the art world. The article goes on to say that the location of the piece is unknown - a slide having been anonymously submitted to the paper. June goes to the mall with childhood friend Beans and her friends. Once there, she ditches them and heads off on her own to see Amadeus at the local theater, promising to meet up with them at three. During dinner later, the...

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