Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 22 - 24 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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Most of the cast of South Pacific is in the woods, and even a good deal of the crew. June can hear Greta and then sees her tipping a bottle to her mouth. Ben Dellahunt introduces himself again and offers her a beer. He invites her to go for a walk and when the howling begins, June argues that it might be wolves although Ben insists they've been gone for a long time. He takes her hand and suggests they go and find them but June likes not knowing for sure. He explains a bit about Dungeons and Dragons, and when they get back, Greta is gone. She finally finds her under a pile of leaves at the base of the maple she usually went to. By the time she finds her, everyone else is gone. She piggybacks Greta for as long as...

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