Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 49 – 51 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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Just before the end of tax season, June is working on a jigsaw puzzle Finn gave her when her father comes home early because of a stomach bug. She gets him ginger ale, and they work on pieces together for a while. She asks why he became an accountant, and he tells her that it was for her and Greta. June realizes that in less than two weeks, her parents would be home more often again.

June begins to notice that Greta never looks at her anymore. She never sits with her friends, and seems to spend a lot of time alone. Making an effort, June goes to one of her rehearsals. Ben waves her up to the balcony where he and two others are in the lighting booth. She goes up, and watches Greta as she self-destructs on stage. Ben reminds her of...

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