The Call of the Wild Essay | Student Essay

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The Call of the Wild

Summary: Essay analyzes the book "The Call of the Wild by Jack London.
Summary: The Call of the Wild is a book about Buck- one dog that discovers that its natural habits are stronger then him and only they can save him in the real world. In the begging of the story Buck leaves happily in the house of Judge Miller where his is the master of everyone and everything. There Buck had all he ever wanted: home, food, love. However he is kidnapped from his home and sold as a sled dog in the cold North from his masters' gardener. During his life as a sled dog, Buck learns a lot of things, the most important of which is how to defend himself. He discovers that in order to survive he must kill and attack when threatened. Buck grows strong and cunning and becomes leader over the team dogs, because of his natural instincts and his growing...

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