History Literature / JulieOfTheWolves

30th Oct '15 10:10:36 AM Kinola
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** Also the case with the wolf pack; we have names like Amaroq and Kapu, but there's also Silver, Nails, Jello, Sister, Zing, Zat, and Zit.
30th Oct '15 10:00:13 AM Kinola
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* AerithAndBob: The family Julie goes to live with in Barrow: Naka, his wife Nusan, and their son ''Daniel''.

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* AerithAndBob: The Inuit family Julie goes to live with in Barrow: Naka, his wife Nusan, and their son ''Daniel''.''Daniel''.
** Inuits are said to have two names, one English and one Inuit, but whatever Daniel's Inuit name is supposed to be, it's never revealed.
30th Oct '15 9:51:47 AM Kinola
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30th Oct '15 9:51:28 AM Kinola
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*AerithAndBob: The family Julie goes to live with in Barrow: Naka, his wife Nusan, and their son ''Daniel''.
3rd May '15 5:44:05 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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The first novel, ''Julie Of The Wolves'' was written by JeanCraigheadGeorge in 1972, and two sequels, ''Julie'' and ''Julie's Wolf Pack'', followed. The first installment is often studied in classrooms and is also one of the most frequently banned books in classrooms due to its portrayal of death, rape, violence and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking menstruation]].

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The first novel, ''Julie Of The Wolves'' was written by JeanCraigheadGeorge Creator/JeanCraigheadGeorge in 1972, and two sequels, ''Julie'' and ''Julie's Wolf Pack'', followed. The first installment is often studied in classrooms and is also one of the most frequently banned books in classrooms due to its portrayal of death, rape, violence and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking menstruation]].
16th Aug '14 9:32:42 PM LadyYuki
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* AttemptedRape
* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Sure at the end Julie makes it out of the tundra and is united with a long-lost member of her family, but her surrogate parent is dead, her pet is dead and the Eskimo way of life is over.]]

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* AttemptedRape
AttemptedRape: The catalyst behind Julie's decision to leave her home is when her husband Daniel tries to force himself on her. Keep in mind they're both barely teenagers.
* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Sure [[spoiler:Sure, at the end Julie makes it out of the tundra and is united reunited with a her long-lost member of her family, father, but her surrogate parent is dead, her pet is Amaroq and Tornait are both dead and the Eskimo way of life is over.]]



* DisappearedDad: Miyax's father disappears while kayaking and is presumed to be dead. [[spoiler: He's not.]]

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* DisappearedDad: Miyax's father Kapugen disappears while kayaking and is presumed to be dead. [[spoiler: He's not.]]



* NobleWolf: The story is chock full of them, but most notably, Amaroq, the alpha male. This story is about wolves as pack animals complete with language and stuff.

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* NobleWolf: The story is chock full of them, but most notably, Amaroq, the alpha male. This story is about wolves as pack animals complete with their own language and stuff. family customs. Amaroq, the alpha male, is a particularly classic example.



* RaisedByWolves: Miyax is adopted by a wolf pack.

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* RaisedByWolves: Miyax Kind of. She's not raised from infancy, but she is adopted by them as one of their own, at least for a wolf pack.while.



* ThisIsMyNameOnForeign: Julie's birth name is actually Miyax.
* {{Xenofiction}}: Not so much the first two installments, but the last book, Julie's Wolf Pack, certainly qualifies

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* ThisIsMyNameOnForeign: Julie's birth Miyax, the name is actually Miyax.
given to Julie at birth.
* {{Xenofiction}}: Not so much the first two installments, but the last book, Julie's ''Julie's Wolf Pack, Pack'', certainly qualifies
20th Feb '14 12:50:51 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* BigBadassWolf: The story is chock full of them, but most notably, Amaroq, the alpha male.



* NobleWolf: The story is chock full of them, but most notably, Amaroq, the alpha male. This story is about wolves as pack animals complete with language and stuff.



* RaisedByWolves

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* RaisedByWolvesRaisedByWolves: Miyax is adopted by a wolf pack.
1st Jun '13 7:32:43 AM LadyYuki
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* BittersweetEnding: Sure at the end Julie makes it out of the tundra and is united with a long-lost member of her family, but her surrogate parent is dead, her pet is dead and the Eskimo way of life is over.

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* BittersweetEnding: Sure [[spoiler:Sure at the end Julie makes it out of the tundra and is united with a long-lost member of her family, but her surrogate parent is dead, her pet is dead and the Eskimo way of life is over.]]
26th May '13 6:53:55 PM Rad1986
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* AnimalTalk: A more realistic version. Wolves, don't communicate in words, but rather how we'd expect them to, with body language, touch and smells. Miyax spends a good third of the novel learning how to speak this new "language" and it's implied that other animals have their own set of signals like a flicking tail motion that shows that a ground squirrel is friendly.

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* AnimalTalk: A more realistic version. Wolves, Wolves don't communicate in words, but rather how we'd expect them to, with body language, touch and smells. Miyax spends a good third of the novel learning how to speak this new "language" and it's implied that other animals have their own set of signals like a flicking tail motion that shows that a ground squirrel is friendly.
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