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White Fang Part 3, Chapter 3: The Outcast

Lip-lip begins to treat White Fang even worse, and so White Fang becomes more ferocious and savage. He is an outcast among the dogs, and all of them help Lip-lip in treating White Fang badly. "Out of this pack-persecution he learned two important things: how to take care of himself in a mass-fight against him; and how, on a single dog, to inflict the greatest amount of damage in the briefest space of time." Part 3, Chapter 3, pg. 85

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White Fang, as of yet, does not have jaws strong enough to kill by a throat attack, but he tries, and many dogs receive injured throats because of him. Soon, he meets an enemy dog of his alone, and by attacking its throat many times, manages to kill it. Because of this, all the men of the camp, as well as the dogs hate him. This causes him to become even more vicious.

White Fang is a complete outcast from the camp. White Fang attacks any dog walking alone, and so the dogs begin to travel together all the time. The dogs always attack him, and he always attacks them. He often leads them on chases through the forest.

"He became quicker of movement than the other dogs, swifter of foot, craftier, deadlier, more lithe, more lean with ironlike muscle and sinew, more enduring, more cruel more ferocious, and more intelligent. He had to become all these things, else he would not have held his own nor survived the hostile environment in which he found himself." Part 3, Chapter 3, pg. 89

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