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White Fang Literary Analysis

Summary: Essay provides a literary analysis of Jack London's "White Fang."
White Fang is a curious, moldable subject. However, a rough, hard environment and a cruel master turn him into a defiant, wild vicious beast. Can White Fang evade the troubles of his life? Will he ever know a kind master and lovable environment? Or will he die the way he is: a monstrous frightening killer?

Lucky for the emotional people, this story has a happy end. White Fang's character is molded into something that is desperately trying to love. He has been influenced by his previous surroundings to the point that he cannot even meet his master of love and kindness at the door. He thinks that humans are "Gods" and they accidentally convince him that they are hateful and not to be mistreated or disrespected.

White Fang is reasonably legitimate. They should not be disrespected or mistreated. However, when he meets Weedon Scott, the "love...

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