Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 40 - 42 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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The next morning, June leaves school as soon as she can and catches the train to Toby's. He plays music for her and, when she asks, he reveals that it is him playing the guitar, and she gets another glimpse of what her uncle saw in him. Then he reveals he is dying and explains the freedom it gives him. She asks him about his past, but he deflects by saying they should go out. They walk to Riverside Park, and he tells her a bit more of the reasons that her mother hates him so much. June begins to feel sorry for her mother. She begins to understand more. Realizing that her time with Toby is limited, she knows that if she is to do a grand gesture of some kind, it will have to be soon. She calls him that night...

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