Buck In Mark Twain's Call Of The Wild

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Buck is the protagonist in the book, Call of the Wild. In the beggining of the book, the very beginning, he was a proud dog who believed all humans are good, but that does not last long after some encounters with bad ones. He is quick to adapt to new circumstances, and learns very quickly. His father was a huge St. Bernard named Elmo, and his mother was a Scotch shepherd dog, and because of this, Buck weighed 140 pounds instead of something larger. He is said to be four years old the day he is kidnapped He is a survivor who will do what he must to live at his best. After being forced into a rope, taken by train, and sold to a man in a red sweater, buck is taken by ship to the north to become a sled dog. He learns quickly and adapts to his

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