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Essay | Buck's Character Change in Chapter #5

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Buck's Character Change in Chapter #5

Summary: Essay discusses and describes Buck's personal development in Chapter #5 of Jack London's "The Call of the Wild."
Thirty days after leaving Dawson, Buck and the gang arrived at Skagway in miserable condition. All the dogs had lost at least 25 pounds each. Fortunately, none were injured, just tired, hungry and sleep deprived. They had gone 1200 miles with only two days of rest. On their fourth day at Skagway, Buck and his team were sold to two men named Hal and Charles. Once again, Buck's owners had abandoned him for money. Just like Judge Miller, Manuel, François and Perrault. Buck felt like he didn't belong anywhere, and that nobody cared about him. It was the worst feeling he had ever had, and stung more than the ice on a cold winter day. Hal and Charles took Buck to his new home- a dirty tent. The tent itself was stretched to to be three times bigger than the regular size. Inside were dirty dishes...

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