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Essay | Buck's Character Change in Chapter #6

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Buck's Character Change in Chapter #6.
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Buck's Character Change in Chapter #6

Summary: Essay discusses and describes Buck's personal development in Chapter #6 of Jack London's "The Call of the Wild."
After 300 miles of sled pulling, Buck was truly thankful to get some rest. John Thornton had two other dogs- Skeet and Nig, who Buck quickly made friends with. These dogs were not like the Huskies Buck had as teammates, they were every bit as caring as John Thornton. Buck knew this was his new home. It was even better than the Millers' place, because now, Buck finally had love- true, genuine passionate love. In all his other homes, Buck was either owned or used, but this time it was different. John Thornton was the perfect master. He trained Buck, took care of him, played with him, and truly cared for him. Buck knew no greater joy than the joy he felt when he was with him. Unlike Skeet and Nig, Buck never demanded affection from his master. He was quite content admiring him from afar...

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