The Call of the Wild Essay | Student Essay

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Call of the Wild: Qualities of Buck

Summary: Discusses the different qualities of Buck and their significance.
In Jack London's Call of the Wild Buck- a St. Bernard and Scotch Shepherd mix, is stolen from his civilized life in Santa Clara and suddenly has to adapt to a cold, harsh life in the Yukon Territory. Buck's lifestyle is going through many changes, but he learns how to survive quickly. He gradually becomes more primitive, and his wild instincts that had been hidden deep inside are awakened. As time passes Buck starts to forget the civilized life in Santa Clara and becomes a dominant primordial beast by using his newly developed qualities needed for survival.

One very helpful quality that Buck possesses is his cunning. Being cunning allows Buck to do several things in order to survive. One thing he does by being cunning is to slyly steal food so that he doesn't starve to death. He does not get caught...

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