The Call of the Wild Essay | Call of the Wild

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Call of the Wild

Summary: Buck's life and experiences differ in Southland from Northland. Of course this is due to the differences themselves between the two locales.
First, I will describe Buck's life in the Southland. Buck's life in the Southland (Santa-Clara Valley, California) was lay back. He would play with Judge Miller's daughters, Mollie and Alice, and the boys. Example, Buck would escort the girls on long twilight or early morning rambles. Buck also loved to do human stuff with the Judge's boys. Example, swimming and hunting. He loved to lay on wintry nights at the Judge's feet before a roaring library fire.

Now let's move to Buck's life in the Northland. Buck's life in the Northland (Yukon Valley, Alaska) was always on the go. Example, he had to be ready when called to the sled. From daybreak to dawn Buck worked as a sled dog. They would not stop till they reached a certain point. Buck and his mates would be whipped to death if they did not follow their master's...

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