Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 43 - 45 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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President Reagan delivers his first speech about AIDS on April Fool's Day, and basically suggests that teenagers especially should stop having sex. June has to be careful on April Fool's Day. It used to be that she and Greta would pull something on their parents, but in the last few years things had changed and now it had changed to Greta against her. Last year, June hadn't been taken in, and this year she is on guard but nothing happens. Toby sends her a tape of himself playing the guitar and a note that says he'll teach it to her.

June continues her clandestine meetings with Toby. The next time she goes, he has cleaned up the apartment, making an effort for her sake, and she suggests they go down to look at Finn’s paintings. He leads the way. There are between...

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