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    The book ‘The Call of the Wild’ uses the characters, storyline and subject matter to explore ideas that almost all of us experience. This lesson will fill you in on these themes, help with understanding the storyline, and offer a few questions to test your comprehension. !!!’’The Call of the Wild’’ - The Basics Author __Jack London__ wasn 't your typical storyteller. Born in 1876, he drew inspiration for his work as a novelist and journalist from his early life experiences in poverty, as a sailor

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    authors in history, wrote a book called The Call of the Wild and a short story called To Build a Fire. These two writing pieces share similar attitudes and setting. In addition, their endings and travel style are much different. The Call of the Wild and To Build a Fire have these two similarities and two differences that add a lot of meaning to each story. The four parts of setting in these stories are very similar. On page 15 in The Call of the Wild it says “Buck’s feet sank into white mushy something

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    The Call of the Wild was an ok book. It was sort of hard to read because of the wording but I did like it. Chapter one was the most confusing chapter for me. I didn’t understand a lot of the events and had to reread it a few times. Chapter 2 was one of my favorite chapters because of how good he was at pulling the sled. The one thing I would have changed about this chapter was the length. I thought this chapter was too long and didn’t need all the details it had. Chapter 3 was also an exciting

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    There are a few reasons why I recommend reading the classic, “The Call Of The Wild” by Jack London. There are very exhilarating action scenes throughout the book. The suspense is well placed and makes you wanting more and more. The story is told through the eyes of a dog, which gives an intriguing perspective to the storyline. These reasons and a few others give this book a lively feel. The author highlights different points in the story with several scenes of action. One part in the story that really

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    intellectual of the species that survives; it is not the strongest that survives; but the species that survives is the one that is able best to adapt and adjust to the changing environment in which it finds itself”. In Jack London 's book The Call of The Wild, out of many themes the most important is adaptation for many reasons. Buck has adapted mentally and physically, Buck 's original character was changed very quickly after arriving in the cold Alaskan wilderness. Buck adapted in many ways throughout

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    quarter book assignment, I was to read The Call of the Wild by Jack London and write a report about the book. This book is a fiction (or Realistic Fiction). It is told in Third Person point of view which I think helps the story by giving us an idea of what the character feels. The author’s style is a mix between descriptive and narrative because it is moderately descriptive. It also includes a couple characteristics of a narrative story. The Call of the Wild takes place in the 1890’s during the Klondike

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    Wouldn't it be crazy if a pet dog retrogressed into a wild animal and became part of a wolf pack? In the novel The Call Of The Wild by Jack London, that's exactly what happened. The novel tells about a domesticated dog from California, Buck who retrogressed into a primitive wolf. He entered the “North-land” which is in the Yukon totally inexperienced. He had never even saw snow! It was the time of the gold rush and everyone needed dogs that were suitable for temperatures way below zero, and also

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    Wouldn't it be crazy if a domesticated dog retrogressed into a wild animal and became part of a wolf pack? In the novel The Call Of The Wild by Jack London, that's exactly what happened. The novel tells about a domesticated dog from California, Buck, who retrogressed into a primitive wolf. He entered the “North-land” which is in the Yukon totally inexperienced. He had never even saw snow! It was the time of the gold rush and everyone needed dogs that were suitable for temperatures way below zero

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    Buck, from Jack London’s novel, The Call of The Wild, is a primordial beast, but he wasn’t always this way. Buck was a civilized dog living in the Sun-Kissed Santa Clara Valley, ending up haunting the beautiful wilderness forever. Already by just looking at the title, we know that the wild would be the place for Buck. The story takes place in the very late 1800’s during the Klondike Gold Rush, that is when Buck, later being a sled dog during the time, finds out about his, currently, undeveloped instinct

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    slave and the master. He is a wild slave brought

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