Call Of The Wild Summary

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Jack London is an American novelist journalist and social activist. He was born in 1876 and died in 1916. In 1897, at the age of 21, London and his sister’s husband sailed to join the Klondike Gold Rush. This is a harsh place and also is the setting for some of his successful stories. A constant pain in his hip, leg muscles and face was striken with marks that always reminded him of the struggle he had faced in the Klondike. London ‘s most famous novels are Call of the wild, White fang, The sea-wolf, The iron hell as well as some short stories such as To build a fire, Love of life. I have read some books of Jack London and his novel which I like best is Call of the wild. As you know, Call of the wild is a short adventure novel written by Jack London. It was punlished in 1903. The story is set in Yukon, Canada in the 1890s. That is the time when strong sled dogs were in high demand. And a powerful dog called Buck is the central character. Buck, half St.Bernard and half sheepdog, lives on Judge Miller’s estate in California’s Santa Clara Valley. He has a…show more content…
The gardener kidnapped Buck in order to earn money, the trader beated him by clup and fang, the gold seeker feed dog to satisfide their demand on sled dog, the Yeehats killed his master who Buck loves most. Thorton is the only person who can hold the gentel character of buck. So the dead of the master makes Buck return to the wild life easier than ever before. Peehaps, Jack London’ message is that man 's actions are the main cause of the behavior of their animals. After reading Call of the wild, I have many lessons about our life. I have learnt about bravery, loyalty and the desire for freedom. I must argee that the life has many changlenges so we should face and deal with it. But, difficulty will help us grow and realize our full potential. So, Call of the wild is the story for everyone. Let’s hear the voice, obey the call, and be everything we can
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