Examples Of Buck's Leadership In The Call Of The Wild

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Buck, a strong loyal sled dog undertook the mission of becoming leader. He knew it was the only way to establish his dominance and it was his nature. Aengus, a kind hearted man who spends his life looking for a girl he might never find, and Harry Potter, The Boy who Lived. Harry’s mission was to protect the world and the people he loves. Whether they are fighting for their lives and the lives of others, or trying to find their dream girl, they still undertook a mission that required determination and will.
Buck wanted to become a leader. It proved that he was dominant and at the top. It states in the book, “He wanted [...] but to have the leadership. It was his by right.” (London 73). This quote is saying that Buck wants leadership because …show more content…

If he didn’t establish his dominance, he would have ended up like Curly. The Call pushes him to become leader. It states “For the mysterious something that called-called, waking or sleeping, at all times, for him to come.” (London 150) This is saying that the Call, no matter where or when, is always calling to Buck, pushing him to revert back to his wolf ancestors, keeping him alive. Buck did manage to accomplish this. He became the leader of multiple sled dog teams, and even a wolf pack. In the book it says, “...he [Buck] may be seen at the head of the pack through the pale moonlight…” (London 172). This is an excerpt from when he became leader of the wolf pack. It is saying that Buck is in the front, leading his brother and sister wolves, as alpha of the pack. It was a reasonable mission to undertake, as it saved his life in multiple occasions, and taught him to adapt and survive. He would have died if he didn’t stand up for himself. The other dogs would have thought him weak, and most likely would have attacked for an easy kill. This quote proves it by saying, “Kill or be killed, eat or be eaten, was the law.” (London 123). The quote is talking about the Law of Club and …show more content…

Harry needed to save his friends, his school, what’s left of his family, and the world. (!Spoilers Ahead!). It states in the series, "It was important to fight, and to fight again, and to keep fighting, to keep evil at bay…” (Rowling 6). This means that Harry had to fight, whether he liked it or not, to save the world. It was his duty, his destiny, and he couldn’t just leave his friends to die. The need to save his friends, his school, and avenge his parents drove him the whole time. He was happy when he was at Hogwarts, it was where his friends are, it was like his new home, he was happy there. It states, “ Voldemort's coming back! Haven't you heard what it was like when he was trying to take over? There won't be any Hogwarts…” (Rowling 1). The person who is saying this is saying that because Voldemort’s coming back, he will target Harry, the Boy who Lived, and he will target Hogwarts, and if he succeeds, then Harry will be stuck with the Dursleys, and the Dursleys don’t treat him that well. He actually managed to succeed, buy with a great cost. He lost MANY friends and loved ones in the Final Battle. It says, “Voldemort was dead, killed by his own rebounding curse, and Harry stood with two wands in his hands, staring down at his enemy's shell.” (Rowling 7). This quote is from when Voldemort died. He finally managed to kill him. He realized that the death and war was over. He had done it. Harry’s goal was

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