Buck As The King In The Call Of The Wild

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In The Call of the Wild the author, Jack London, describes Buck as “king over all… things”. The narrator refers to him in this way to show the dominance and superiority Buck has in the area he lives in. In multiple lines, he is reported to have done many things from hunting to guarding children. It is also said that he lived a life full of power as evident from this line: “…he had lived the life of a stated aristocrat…”. Although Buck is not really a king, he still has the traits of being a king, thus the reason he is referred to as one.
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