Analysis Of St. Lucy's Home For Girls Raised By Wolves

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In stage two of Karen Russell’s story “St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves”, the epigraph informs us that the girls will be working very hard and will experience stress which will cause emotional distress and periods of unhappiness. As well as that they must “..must work hard to adjust to the new culture”.The pack of girls felt as if they weren’t in their place or where they belonged. They didn’t find their purpose yet. The girls during this stage will experience feelings of being “isolated..,depressed, or generally uncomfortable” as they begin to adjust to their new environment. Throughout stage two, the girls do not adjust easily to St. Lucy’s. The narrator states that “We spent a lot of time daydreaming during this period” as well
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