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

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In “St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves”, Claudette, Mirabella, and Jeanette is taken to a foreign place to adapt to human nature. They are taken through the process of 5 stages of becoming human. Claudette, the speaker of the story, is stuck between two faces, the human and the wolf face. While Claudette is in between these two worlds, she has fully conformed from wolf to human. She has completed the transformation from wolf to human because her own mother doesn 't recognize her, trying to make herself seem more like human, and not even caring about her own fellow wolf mates anymore. In stages, 1, 2, and 3 Claudette is going through stages to become more civilized. On Claudettes journey to conforming to human, she has faced many struggles in becoming human. To start, Claudette “...was irritated, bewildered, depressed”, her pack is “uncomfortable, and between languages.” She is struggling in becoming human because she is stuck between two barriers. She feels uncomfortable, irritated, and bewildered meaning she is trying to grasp the situation but it’s hard because she is still stuck between 2 worlds. Next, Claudette is dreaming of “when we dreamed of rivers and meat.” Claudette is craving drinking water from the river but she can’t because humans don’t drink water from rivers. Lastly, Claudette couldn’t “make the blank, chilly bedroom feel like home.” It was hard for her since she has lived in a cave for her whole life. Now Claudette is in this room and it feels

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