Tell the Wolves I'm Home Characters

Carol Rifka Brunt
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Finn Weiss

Finn is June and Greta's Uncle and June's godfather. He lives with the love of his life, a man named Toby, in a Manhattan apartment. Finn has bird-blue eyes, and though always slight of frame, towards the end of 1986, he'd entered an entirely new realm of skinny. None of his belts fit anymore, so he used an emerald green tie to hold up his pants. Finn is an extraordinary artist of international renown. He also has AIDS. June remembers him as looking like a deflated balloon while Greta describes him as 'a small gray moth wrapped in a gray spider's web'. His lips are constantly chapped these days, shredded to a point where they would often bleed. His face is pale and his voice has become thin.

Finn's funeral is on a Thursday. Toby shows up, but isn't allowed to attend. This is because for many years...

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