Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 55 – 57 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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June dozes. She wakes and goes downstairs to find the portrait displayed with all of its changes. Her mother comes down and conveys her disappointment that June would go out of her way to deface her sister in such a way, believing that Greta had nothing to do with it. She tells her she is grounded and assures her that her time will now be structured and supervised, although she was still allowed to go to the play’s opening. Danielle also tells her that as a result of her ‘artistry’ she is the single reason they will all forfeit the trip they would have taken with the money they were going to get for displaying the portrait.

June is given no opportunity to tell Greta she can’t come later on, and she can tell when her sister goes on stage that she...

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