Tiger Eyes - Chapter 38 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 38 Summary

Davey rides to the canyon carrying all of the letters she has written to Wolf. She knows that she won't see Wolf that day, but she knows that they may see each other again, and that is enough for her. Davey climbs down the canyon, wanting to take in the memory of it and carry it home with her. She describes it as the place she felt "closest" to her father. She sees lizards everywhere and she leaves the package of letters on the rocks she used to bury the remaining items from the night of her father's death. She writes For Wolf Only on the envelope she wants him to open first. Davey knows that Wolf will come back one day to read the letters and will understand all that Davey was going through.

Chapter 38 Analysis

Davey ends her journey in the place where...

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