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The Call of the Wild Author Jack London
The Call of the Wild Author Jack London
The Call of the Wild Author Jack London
The Call of the Wild Author Jack London
The Call of the Wild Author Jack London
The Call of the Wild Author Jack London
The Call of the Wild Author Jack London
The Call of the Wild Author Jack London
The Call of the Wild Jack London, Cont:
The Call of the Wild Jack London, Cont:
1903 Adventure; Beast Fable The Late 1890s Canada; Alaska two regions
1903 Adventure; Beast Fable The Late 1890s Canada; Alaska two regions
The Call of the Wild Author Jack London
The Call of the Wild Author Jack London
Literary Focus Point of View Protagonist Antagonist
Literary Focus Point of View Protagonist Antagonist
Characters Buck
Characters Buck
Bucks archrival A fierce devil-dog used to winning fight with other
Bucks archrival A fierce devil-dog used to winning fight with other
An American gold seeker Hal buys Bucks dog team Terrible masters to
An American gold seeker Hal buys Bucks dog team Terrible masters to
Mercedes
Mercedes
Charles
Charles
John Thornton
John Thornton
Literary Focus Allegory
Literary Focus Allegory
Literary Focus Symbolism
Literary Focus Symbolism
Literary Focus, Cont Themes and Conflicts
Literary Focus, Cont Themes and Conflicts
A German philosopher Two Types of Human Beings: Masters, who have a
A German philosopher Two Types of Human Beings: Masters, who have a
A German philosopher Two Types of Human Beings: Masters, who have a
A German philosopher Two Types of Human Beings: Masters, who have a
Overview
Overview
Overview, Cont
Overview, Cont
The Call of the Wild Author Jack London

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1 12John Thornton. Bucks final master
2The Call of the Wild Author Jack Experienced gold hunter and knows the ways
London. Jack London Born 1876, Died 1916 of the Klondike Thornton and Bucks
Left school after 8th grade, but later relationship is the ideal for human and
returned to graduate from high school Only animalthey protect each other and are
briefly attended Cal, Berkley before devoted to each other.
beginning a life of adventure Some of his 13Literary Focus Allegory. An allegory
adventures in real life included the tells two stories at onceone set in the
following: Pirate Tramp Gold prospector reality of the story and one with more
Journalist for Various Wars. symbolic significance On one level the
3The Call of the Wild Jack London, story is simply about a dog answering the
Cont: The Call of the Wild is his most call of the wild. On a deeper level,
famous work These experiences, especially however, the novel may be voicing Londons
his time looking for gold in Canada, are opinion that man is inherently savage and,
seen in The Call of the Wild Wrote over 50 like Buck, must learn to survive by any
books and was at one time the most popular means necessary.
writer in America His works focused on the 14Literary Focus Symbolism. Hal and his
exploration of new frontiers, including companions represent the weakness of
the American West They celebrated civilized people and embody the worst kind
violence, power and strength. of man to human relationship Mercedes is
41903 Adventure; Beast Fable The Late symbolic of how civilized women are babied
1890s Canada; Alaska two regions that are by their men and unsuited for life in the
diametrically opposedthe Southland and wild.
the Northland. The former represents 15Literary Focus, Cont Themes and
civilization and the latter the wild. In Conflicts. Survival Cruelty of Nature
the South, Buck lived a domesticated and Survival of the Fittest Quest for Alpha
perfectly stable life. When Buck arrives Dog Status Primitive Instincts Rugged
in the North, he realizes that survival is Individualism Freedom and Solitary Life
the only concern. Literary Focus Date of Civilization vs. Nature.
Publication Genre Setting (TIME) Setting 16A German philosopher Two Types of
(PLACE). Human Beings: Masters, who have a will
5 to be powerful and slaves who do not
6Literary Focus Point of View have that same desire Envisioned a natural
Protagonist Antagonist. Third-Person The world defined by fierce competition for
Call of the Wild is told from a very scarce resources Darwins theory can be
unusual point of viewthat of a dog. Yet a simplified into the idea of survival of
human narrator stands outside of Buck's the fittest. Influences Friedrich
consciousness and makes sense of the dog's Nietzsche Charles Darwin.
universe to human readers. Buck Nature; 17Overview. Buck is a powerful dog, who
Selfish, Irresponsible Owners. is a mix of St. Bernard and sheepdog Gold
7Characters Buck. A powerful dog, who is discovered in the Klondike region of
feels the call of the wild Buck is stolen Canada and Buck is sold to dog traders
from the California estate and sold as a Buck, who had grown used to the sunny
sled dog in the Arctic Buck evolves from a weather of California, is shocked by the
pampered pet into a fierce, masterful harsh conditions of the north Buck however
animal, a survivor in the cruel Northern becomes adept and learns to trust his
wilderness. animalistic nature He soon becomes the
8Bucks archrival A fierce devil-dog lead dog for his team.
used to winning fight with other dogs 18Overview, Cont. On one of Bucks
Spitz is defeated and killed by Buck journeys his inexperienced masters ignore
Amoral and ruthless. Spitz. the dangers of the wilderness With the
9An American gold seeker Hal buys help of the gold hunter John Thornton Buck
Bucks dog team Terrible masters to the is freed from his irresponsible owners and
dog team. Hal. becomes completely devoted to Thornton He
10Mercedes. Hals sister and Charless saves Thorntons life on more than one
wife Spoiled and pampered Slows down the occasion Bucks affection for Thornton is
journey Does show some sympathy for the tempered, however, because he is
dogs. increasingly drawn to the call of the wild
11Charles. Mercedes husband and Hals Once a dog of leisure, Buck has developed
brother-in-law Inexperienced and foolish. into an animal that is one with nature.
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