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Essay | Buck's Character Change in Chapter #2

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Buck's Character Change in Chapter #2

Summary: Essay decribes and discusses Buck's character change in Chapter #2 of "The Call of the Wild."
Now, Buck was a changed dog. He obeyed his new master without question, and accepted consequences for his actions. The second chapter took place in the Dyea beach with the other sled dogs. It was very cold there, and the other dogs fought like animals. Buck was still not used to his new environment. Being here meant no more afternoons lying in the sun with no cares or worries. It was freezing on Dyea beach, and there was lots of snow. The environment was completely different. Buck knew he couldn't let his guard down for one moment, not even in his sleep. The people and animals were different here. They didn't follow any rules and, in Buck's words, they were "savages." The dogs were wilder than any animal Buck could imagine. The first time, Buck saw these dogs fight, he was shocked. Curly- a new...

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