The Call of the Wild Essay | Call of the Wild

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Call of the Wild

Summary: The following provides an outline of the book "Call of the Wild."
Basic Plot, Setting (when and where), Main Characters:

The story is about a dog named buck whose natural instincts assist him in surviving during harsh situations throughout the book. This book takes place in Alaska during the Alaskan Gold Rush in the late 1980`s. The main character in the book is a large mix breed dog named Buck who is part Shepard and part St Bernard.

Transition information to lead into THESIS:

Buck is forced to adapt to different people, surroundings and situations during his life.

Thesis Statement about THEME (one sentence only; do not use "you" or state your theme as a cliché; use elevated diction; semicolon structure is impressive)

Since the beginning of time living creatures have used their natural instincts to adapt in order to survive; furthermore, all living creatures are born with natural instincts to ensure their survival

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