In Never Cry Wolf, why was Farley paralyzed with fear in the last chapter of the book?
In "Never Cry Wolf", author Farley Mowat recounts his assignment to study the rapid and devastating decline of the caribou population in the Arctic wilderness of Canada. The events described took place in the 1940s and recount a timeless struggle between man and nature.
The reason for his being sent on the expedition in the first place was to study the effect of the wolf population on caribou. Hunters were asserting an overpopulation of wolves that was endangering the future of caribou hunting for...
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