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Julie of the Wolves

Julie of the Wolves


by Jean Craighead George

Julie of the Wolves Family Quotes

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Quote #10

With those words Julie relaxed, and pushed him out of her mind. He would just be a brother. That was fine. She looked at the little houses surrounded by boats, oil drums, tires, buckets, broken cars, and rags and bags, and happily followed her new parents home. (2.77)

Nusan sure has an interesting idea of what a brother is. From our first meeting of this family, we get the sense that things are going to be a little warped in this household. Our prediction, of course, comes true (they always do!).

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