Call Of The Wild Love Analysis

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Love shown in the book The Call of the Wild

“Love, genuine passionate love, was his for the first time.” The Call of the Wild is the story of a stolen dog named Buck, who was taken from his home because a yellow metal was found in the Arctic. Which caused thousands of men to rush into the North. Buck was thrown into this Arctic setting in which he had to fight to survive the rough life as a sled dog. When he was stolen from his home and brought to the life in the Arctic north, Buck had to become a completely brand new character and adapt to this new lifestyle.

Buck is a very strong dog. He is a St. Bernard and half sheepdog, who is stolen from his house and was sold to be a sled dog. Buck evolves from a spoiled pet to a very independent pet in this kill or be killed world. Buck feels that he needs to get away from civilization and run free with his ancestors, its like the wild is calling him.
This book is mainly about transformation. Buck had transformed from a nice civilized dog to a wild dog. Buck must adapt to the terrible life ahead of him, and the only option is to survive. When Buck stepped off the boat the kill or be killed rule became very real to him after watching his friend curly die. Buck soon learns that only the strong survive in this cold wild life.
Spitz is Bucks number one rival, and the leader original leader of Bucks old sled team. Spitz is referred to as a devils dog when he is fighting another man. When Buck came around Spitz had met his rival

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