Carol Rifka Brunt Writing Styles in Tell the Wolves I'm Home

Carol Rifka Brunt
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Point of View

Tell The Wolves I’m Home: A Novel by Carol Rifka Brunt is a story about love that transcends all boundaries and all facets of life. Told in the first person perspective by the main character, June Elbus, this story begins with the love two sisters feel for each other growing up, and reveals much of the interactions and secrets kept and revealed within the family as one generation passes on to another. As the youngest in the family, June's perspective is often immature and sometimes irresponsible, but her point of view is critical to the story development. By using June's point of view and perspective on this story, the author manages to deal with some very sensitive subjects in a tactful and educational way. The story June tells the reader is one filled with love, loss, fear and discomfort, blended with the depth of...

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