The Last Great Race On Earth And Call Of The Wild

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Hidden Beauties Life constantly presents conflicts that one must overcome, but these struggles usually pass and one moves on. Jack London’s novel Call of the Wild and radio transcript “The Last Great Race on Earth” by Diana Nyad, both consist of characters whose portrayal of struggles differ. London’s main character Buck acknowledges struggles and pushes through them like burdens, yet Diana takes struggles and finds the beauty in them. Her idea that beauty occurs in the biggest endeavours becomes a concept that truly makes an impact on the reader. “It’s an experience beyond sport, a tribute really to the survival way of life familiar to many Alaskans,” states Nyad explaining the Iditarod, known as the Last Great Race on Earth (Nyad 284). Diana
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