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This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Buck's Character Change in Chapter #4 of "The Call of the Wild" by Jack London.
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Buck's Character Change in Chapter #4 of "The Call of the Wild" by Jack London

Summary: Essay discusses and describves Buck's character change in chapter #4 of "The Call of the Wild" by Jack London
François was proud of Buck when he saw him covered with wounds and discovered Spitz missing. He always knew Buck would take care of Spitz one day. François was always fighting with Perrault over who was stronger- Buck or Spitz. He bragged all morning, giving his partner the old "I told you so!" speech. As usual, François and Perrault loaded up the sled and harnessed the dogs. Buck was absolutely shocked when he was not made lead dog. Instead, he was put in his usual place behind Dave. Sol-leks was made lead dog, and Buck didn't like this one bit. So when François had his back turned, Buck intimidated Sol-leks to move and stood proudly in his well-earned place. When François saw this, he showed Buck the club, and...

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