Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 52 – 54 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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Summary

June and Greta become part of America’s Most Wanted when Newsweek magazine runs an article about missing treasures. They number sixth in a list that includes the following: a Revolutionary War painting from the 1700’s; an Andy Warhol; two sculptures; and an American flag with only twelve stars on it made before the one created by Betsy Ross. In the photo shown, the buttons on June's t-shirt are conspicuously absent, and the article is about a man who is attempting to assemble an exhibit he calls ‘Lost and Found’ if he can get enough of them together. He is quoted as saying the items exist because they have either been discussed or photos of them have been seen, but they continue to be nothing more than ‘ghost works’ until they are truly revealed. The idea of the guy finding them makes June shudder...

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