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  • Julie of the Wolves
    This question could be referring to several different parts of the book, but I think that it is likely asking about the opening events in part one of the book. Miyax is afraid because she is lost...

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    I hope that I give you the correct answer that you are looking for. Julie (Miyax) smells and hears a lot of different things throughout the entire book. I do not have much context to go on....

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    The part of the plot that you are asking about is in part one of Jean Craighead George's story. At this point in the book, Julie is referred to by her Eskimo name, Miyax. She is completely lost,...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    That is a super cool part of the book. Me, personally, I would be terrified by hanging out with a bunch of wolves. Miyax, though, is completely calm around the wolves. She is calm because she...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    Actually, Julie does not use what you refer to as an "uno," but she uses a "woman's knife" that is specifically referred to as a "ulo." This ulo is one of the items Julie makes sure to take from...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    This is a very interesting question because it has to do with the differences between the places where the young Julie is living: the seal camp near the Alaskan village of Mekoryuk, her aunt's...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    The wolves killed caribou by closing in on them. At one point in the story, Miyax states, “They’re chasing the weakest… It’s just like Kapugen said- wolves take the old and sick.” During...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    Julie/Miyax stays alive by cutting and drying caribou meat, curling up into her animal skins, creating a sod shelter, and using all of her innate Eskimo knowledge taught to her by her father,...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    In short, Miyax is "alone and lost" because she has run away from her mentally ill husband, Daniel, in a desperate attempt to travel to her pen pal, Amy, in San Francisco. Unfortunately, Miyax...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    The simple answer to your question is that Miyax's father, Kapugen, lives in the town of Kangik at the end of the novel. The longer answer to your question involves Kapugen's history with his...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    This is not really a fair question because Julie is still technically a child throughout the entire book. In fact, Julie is forced into an arranged marriage once she turns thirteen and experiences...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    Julie learns many things from the sound of the plane in Part 3 of Julie of the Wolves. First, because Julie is adventuring in a mostly untraveled area of Alaska, Julie knows that this must be a...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    There is one very simple explanation as to how Julie survives in the challenging environment of the Alaskan tundra: she uses the "old ways" of the Eskimo to overcome fear. Fear becomes easy for...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    The town of Kangik is introduced to Julie/Miyax after her adventures with the wolves when she is approached by a citizen from the town and told that her father, Kapugen, who is described as "the...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    In the story, Miyax is described as a 'classic Eskimo beauty' with a round face, a flat nose, and slanting, black eyes. Her pale beauty is juxtaposed against that of the forbidding white plains of...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    The first "good" event in Julie of the Wolves is most definitely when Julie comes upon the wolf pack. Before this, Julie is in a desperate situation because she has run away from her arranged...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    As a character in part one ("Amaroq, the Wolf"), Julie exhibits the character traits of determination, patience, and brotherhood. First, Julie exhibits determination. Even though Julie is lost on...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    There is an irony to your question because the sighting of the Alaskan Brooks Range means two things to Julie/Miyax: escape and danger. These seem to be two opposites (hence the irony). Allow me to...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    This question is a bit tricky because I am unsure to which part of the book you are referring. I am going to venture a guess, however, that you are asking about Julie/Miyax when she plans to leave...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    The answer to this question can be found within the second part of Julie of the Wolves. When Julie/Miyax is four years old, Kapugen's wife dies. Kapugen is absolutely overwhelmed with grief. His...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    The answer to this question is quite simple: Julie/Miyax overcomes fear by concentrating on her survival. Allowing fear to overcome her means death to Julie. She must keep her wits about her...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    I am assuming you mean the three caribou within the herd the wolf pack finds in the fog during part 1 ("Amaroq, the wolf") of Julie of the Wolves. The wolves need to cease hunting during the fog...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    Because these are brute animals, there is no real way for us to know what the two caribou were fighting over, but there are two possibilities: food and/or a mate. During the Arctic winter, food is...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    Julie/Miyax continually uses the "old ways" of the Eskimo to successfully determine time and space. The first way Julie is successful in determination of time and space is by using natural...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    Miyax's most life threatening predicament is survival. She decided to run away from home and head toward San Francisco to meet her pen pal. Unfortunately Miyax became hopelessly lost. She is way...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    In a nutshell, the story is about an Eskimo girl (Julie Edward) who runs away from an arranged marriage. Her initial plan is to end up in San Francisco to live with a pen pal of hers, but she gets...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    Kapu brought Julie (Miyax) food, in the form of a caribou leg. Kapu protected Miyax by bringing her a gift of food. Miyax was alone, making the difficult trek on only what small animals could be...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    A wobbly and smooth substance that is transparent and contains color. It disinigrates with water and is squishy to the touch.

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    I don't think we are given any reason to distrust Kapugen's reasoning to his daughter. From what we see of their relationship, and the obvious pleasure that Miyax takes in her life and in the close...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    sorry i meant Julie of the wolves is about a girl

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    Although you seem to have answered the question yourself, I do not think that you are absolutely correct. I would say, instead, that both of these two wolves are leader of the pack that Miyax...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    The answer to this can be found very early in the book. It is on page 26 in my copy. The reason is that if she does not do this, she could easily die. The reason that she could die is that (she...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    All you have to do to answer this question is to look at page 7 in your book (or at least that is where it is in my book). Miyax talks about this at the point where she has been watching the...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    You can find the answer to this pretty early in the book. It's on page 15 in my copy. It comes in the part where Miyax is first wishing that Amaroq would feed her. What Miyax says is that only...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    To find the answer to this, all you have to do is look in the book. It's in the first chapter, page 8 in my copy. This is where Miyax's physical appearance is being described to us. The author...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    This can be found on pages 25 through 32 in my copy of the book. Basically, I would say that Julie (or Miyax) does not really think much of anything when she sees this. She is pretty much just...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    You can find the answer to this very early in the book -- pages 11 and 12 in one edition of the book. At that point in the book, Miyax is trying to figure out how to deal with the wolves -- how to...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    By far the main character in this story is the girl the book is named for. She is called Julie (her white people name) or Miyax (her native name). The only other real human character in my mind is...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    When the old Eskimo hunters would talk about someone being wealthy, they were not referring to how much money the person had or how many things. They were talking about wealth in a more spiritual...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    The book Julie of the Wolves by Jean Craighead George was a recipient of the John Newberry Golden Medal Award. This award is generally called the Newberry Award. The Newberry Award is given by...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    In the book "Julie of the Wolves" Miyax has been living with the wolves. They had become her family. She watched the pups grow into their adulthood and they had helped her to survive. Among the...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    In the book Julie of the Wolves the town had become poor and the people of the town had been suffering from hunger. The walruses had disappeared and there were few whales and seals. The Bureau of...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    In the story Julie of the Wolves, Julie who goes by her Eskimo name Miyax is in the wilderness lost. She must depend on the wolf pack for food and survival. One of the wolf puppies she calls...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    On page 24 of the copy of the book that I have Miyax has been in the den with the wolves. She is no longer frightened of them and plays with the puppies, but she realizes that to be accepted by...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    In the book "Julie and the Wolves" Julie is an Eskimo girl named Miyax living in a village. She knows everything about being in the cold wild. She has grown up learning from her grandfather....

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    In the book "Julie and the Wolves," Julie is an Inuit Indian, an Eskimo, from Alaska. She has been trained to be independent. Her father has taught her many things and served as her life guide...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    When autumn comes, Miyax knows that her sojourn with the wolves must end. With the advancement of the year's cycle, everything in nature around her is changing. Like the "restless birds" who are...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    Miyax is trying to get to San Francisco because she essentially feels that she has nowhere else to go. Her own life situation has become unbearable, but she has received a friendly letter from a...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    In the more remote places in Alaska, such as in Mekoryuk where Julie lived with her Aunt Martha, there was no high school. Eskimo children of wealthy families were sent to the mainland for further...

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  • Julie of the Wolves
    Not for Bohemia, nor the pomp that may Be thereat gleaned, for all the sun sees, or The Close earth wombs, or the profound seas hides In unknown fadoms, will I break my oath To this my fair...

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