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Julie of the Wolves

Julie of the Wolves

  

by Jean Craighead George

Julie of the Wolves Isolation Quotes

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Quote #10

Ellen went into the kitchen and Miyax was alone.

Slowly she picked up Tornait, put on her sealskin parka, and placed the little bird in her hood. Then she snapped on the radio, and as it crackled, whined, and picked up music, she opened the door and softly closed it behind her. Kapugen, after all, was dead to her. (3.255-56)

Poor Miyax. She has lost her father all over again. She must feel more alone now than ever.

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