Girls Raised By Wolves

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In “St. Lucy 's Home for Girls Raised by Wolves,” by Karen Russell, a group of girls are brought in to learn how to act like humans. These girls were raised to live just like wolves do. At the home, they are taught how to act more civilized and like humans. Some of the girls adjust better than the others. One of the oldest girls, Jeanette, does very well from the beginning, but another, Mirabella, does very badly. The oldest of the girls, Jeanette, is one of the first to learn almost everything. She was the “first among us to apologize,” and to do many more things. Jeanette is the first to start acting very human, unlike the others. She learned quickly, and made more of an effort than most of the other girls. She was the first girl to learn
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