Everyone even animals have to persevere in life and it takes faith and traits to get through the tough times. In the Call of the Wild, Buck is taken from his home and is forced to learn a different life style. In the beginning of the book Buck gets sold by Manuel to the man in the red sweater. While Buck is with the man in the red sweater he learns the law of the club. Whenever Buck would disobey he would get striked hard on his body with a club.
Before he contact with this environment he don’t know how to fight. Now he is out of the wild and fight like a beast. In conclusion, one theme of this book is organisms will change their living styles based on the environment and London develops the theme by using simile and exaggeration. First,London use simile to compare the way the dogs fighting to the ways wolves fight. Secondly,London compare the way the dogs fighting to the ways wolves fight.
In the synopsis of this book, it describes how the men “overload the sled, beat the dogs, and plan poorly”. Bad decision making is a common part of life. However, this story also shows human’s capability for evil. These men were were quick to put the dogs below them and treat them horribly. Later on, the summary says that, “of an original team of fourteen [dogs], only five are still alive when they limp into camp”.
The novel stands on tension being revealed as nature winning rather than civilization, only Thornton is the last tie to that world. Jack London exposes the dog Buck as a Santa Clara valley dog free to roam the fields and go inside the Judge’s house. In his world he was king, which also foreshadows his later desire and impulse to be pack leader of the trail team. He is dognapped from his home by the gardener, taken to Alaska by a man in a red sweater who beat him with a club which is where Buck learns about the law of club. In the beginning of the book, it is said that Buck was around dogs and humans who were savages and that Buck had an “imperative need to be constantly alert” (London 14).
This allows some insight into Sam’s mind, I believe he sees Grace as fragile, someone who must be protected. This idea is reiterated when he compares himself to the other wolves in the pack: “I’d spent eleven years watching the rest of the pack become animals, pushing down my instincts, controlling myself, fighting to stay human, fighting to do the right thing (Stiefvater 292).” This quote expresses Sam’s desire for control. He dislikes the animalistic side that he posses. As a result, he’s constantly fighting to control the things he can. Sam is unable to control his shifting, although he tries with
Buck must use hes instincts and survival skills to lead the pack. Buck also teaches the readers about survival, stenght and natural instincs. Buck had to be determined in order to survive. “He would see to it he never went down”. Buck learns his first lesson in survival when he is bitten for the first time by another dog.
It was published in 1908 in California. The main idea of this short story is how someone can allow their stubbornness and idea of naturalism get in the way of surviving. Instead of taking advice as the help that it is, the stubbornness in people take it as a challenge to outsmart life and to be better than the last person. In “To Build a Fire,” an unnamed man is a hiker that heads into the Yukon Trail with his dog as his companion. He is warned by a man at Sulphur Creek that no one should go into the extreme temperatures alone, but he feels as if he is alright to go alone with his dog.
In the show, Wizards of Waverly Place, the wizard competition acts as an incentive for the Russo family to learn more about magic, but it also causes a strain on their relationship to the point of harming each other to win. Writers such as Jack London and Jean-Jacques Rousseau critize this concept throughout their works. London's The Call of the Wild centers around the life a dog named Buck as he tries to discover his true self. He experiences hardships as he is constantly fighting to be the best and survive the harsh life of an Alaskan sled dog. Rousseau also contemplates on finding oneself, but he scrutinizes the true human nature of man instead of a dog.
and absolved of mortality” (Faulkner 181), presenting him as an everlasting symbol to nature. He is the very essence of the wilderness, and he evokes a perplexing aura to the hunters tracking him down (O’Connor 1). Even though he is an animal, the hunters also view Old Ben as a human, interpreting his “almost hairless body” as an “old man’s body” (Faulkner 220). The men awoke from their delirious state of bloodlust as soon as the very symbol that fueled their expedition was vanquished. They felt as if their lives passed away alongside the bear.
What symbolizes the transition from boy to man or the entire force of nature? The young boy named Ike is given the task of finding this legendary bear name Old Ben. He is helped by Sam Fathers, Boon Hoggenbeck, and Jim. In “The Bear” a story written by William Faulkner the young boy and his accomplices are giving the task of finding and killing this legendary bear which is his last step in finally becoming a man but Old Ben symbolizes the force of nature and how it can survive against all odds. Throughout the story Ike, Sam, Jim and Boon Hoggenbeck find Old Ben multiple times but Old Ben seems to me immortal to bullets.
Anything even small or large animals must persevere to achieve their goals. Evolving like Buck in Call of the Wild is difficult ,but worth the journey. Buck was sold and beaten all at once, which made him a very angry and a weakened dog. Until he is shown obedience,after being beat to an inch of his life, Buck was unable to trust humans, even his original owner. When he tries to break free of his cage, he had been trapped in , he was hurt to stop .
in mastership both buck and white fang are sold to cruel masters who horribly mistreat them hal nearly for example beats buck to death and beauty smith constantly taunts white fang to keep him fighting even when he 's being killed by the british bulldog both are also rescued from certain deaths at the hands of their old masters by good masters. for example buck is rescued by john thornton but is being dragged away by the call of the wild. while white fang is rescued by jack conway and gets tamed by him and has no interest going into the wild.for instance buck saves john thornton 's drowning and “ wins him a 1600$ bet so he can strike it rich in the klondike. white fang saves jack conroy when his gold mine caves and helps him strike it rich when his paws reveal gold dust on them from a vein of gold in the mine.buck is not at camp when the yeehats attack and kill john thornton because he has been answering the call of the wild. white fang is in the cabin with jack conroy when beauty smith and his henchmen attack and saves jack conroy 's life.