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Essay | Buck's Character Change in Chapter #7

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Buck's Character Change in Chapter #7

Summary: Essay discusses and describes Buck's personal development in chapter #7 of Jack London's "The Call of the Wild."
With sixteen hundred dollars John Thornton was able to pay off his debt. After this he decided to journey East. He was only looking for adventure. Buck loved traveling, especially now that there was no rush to get anywhere. For two months they traveled carefree exploring as they went. One day John Thornton found lots of gold - it was as though there was a whole river of gold. John panned thousands of dollars worth of gold. Fifty pound leather bags were hauled and stacked on the sled. While John worked Buck relaxed by the fire as he had nothing else to do. In the fire he saw many images - the one he saw most was where a hairy man was sitting down, his head between his knees and hands clasped over his head. Buck thought of this imaginary man often and even dreamt...

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