Julie of the Wolves
Julie of the Wolves Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory
Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye.
The Arctic sun isn't your usual sun, that's for sure. In the summer, it stays up all day long, and in the winter, for sixty-six days at least, it never rises. We can't imagine what it would be like...
We've yammered on a lot about civilization in Julie of the Wolves. But what exactly is it that we're talking about? In the book, civilization is a murky idea at best. Does it just mean any place th...
In the third part of the novel, as Miyax settles into a steady rhythm on the tundra, she starts to carve a comb out of a bone she picked up from the deserted wolf den in Part 1. Only it turns out t...
The i'noGo tied seems to represent the Eskimo traditions in Miyax's life. When she gives it to Miyax, the bent woman tells her, "it's a nice little spirit for you," (2.9), and we learn later that t...
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