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Essay | Comparison between "Call of the Wild" and "White Fang"

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Comparison between "Call of the Wild" and "White Fang"

Summary: Essay provides a comparison between "Call of the Wild" and "White Fang."
"Dream different dreams while on the same bed," goes an ancient Chinese proverb. It is a reality that even the closest people, such as twins, will dream different dreams. That means people are never alike in their "insides." Call of the Wild and White Fang are two individually similar books with same settings, same characters, and same protagonists. But, like twins, inside, they aren't the same. For example, they have different plots, different themes, and different morals. Although such differences could be said about them, but nevertheless, there are also some forms of other similarities.

White Fang is about a wolf-dog who lives in a "dog eat dog world" or better known as, the Wild. He was born with a wolf as a father and a dog as his mother. Being the strongest of his litter, he survived a famine while...

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