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Narration in the Call of the Wild

Summary: Analyzes narration techniques in the novel The Call of The Wild, by Jack London. Describes how, by using third person omniscient, the narrator reveals what each of the characters is thinking, while he is not a character in the story.

In his novel `The Call of the Wild', Jack London employed a narration technique known as third person omniscient. In this form, the narrator reveals what each of the characters is thinking, while he is not a character in the story. Additionally, the story can be written from a chosen characters' point of view, such as Buck. This type of narration was the best for London's purpose: to clearly communicate his Naturalistic worldview. London knew the power of this narration plan, and so he used it in all of his literary works. Buck was given some human qualities, which helps London communicate his Naturalism. If he had not used third person omniscient, The Call of the Wild would just have been a story of a mistreated dog, but because he did, it became a advocate for his Naturalism.

Buck's look on life drastically...

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