Tell the Wolves I'm Home Symbols & Objects

Carol Rifka Brunt
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South Pacific

This is the name of the play that Greta has a supporting role in.

Crocodile

This is the nickname that Finn gives June, telling her it is because she is like something from another time that lurks about, waiting and watching before making up her mind about things.

Requiem

Thsi is a piece by Mozart that Finn introduces June to. Finn and June love it.

AIDS

This is the disease that Finn and Toby both have that takes their lives.

Middle Ages

This is the time period that June loves because of its simplicity and uncomplicated expectations.

Tell The Wolves I'm Home

This is the name Finn gives to the portrait he does of June and Greta.

Guitar PIckles

This is what Finn calls the jar of guitar picks he has on the shelf in his apartment because they are housed in a canning jar...

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