Explain how a significantly inbred population, such as the Isle Royale wolf pack, would influence your use of each species concept in determining whether these wolves are, indeed, all members of the species Canis lupus (Gray Wolf)?
How do the quests described (the hunt, the search) differ from
one another and what do they share in common? And given that both texts center primarily on
the experiences of men, what do both texts suggest about women and their pursuit of life
What does this tension between
movement and constraint reveal about gender, about power, and about powerlessness?
What have you learned about love and care from
reading these two texts, and how do these lessons make you think differently than you had before
about violence, poverty, drug abuse and treatment, and the meaning of family?