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The Call of the Wild - Jack London

Categories:Classics, Action & Adventure

The Call of the Wild Analysis

The Call of the Wild takes place at a time when wolves are seen with some changes in their hair. The history of a strong, imagined dog, from which the traps are broken and the animals are being stolen are told. When they are stuck in the ice when they are sledding in the poles, they must run around the fire as their hair was about to burn to avoid dying, or they have no choice but to wait for their frosting to discharge all the blood. It is the only way of survival for dogs in the face of a tame dog being more hateful than a wolf. The biggest witness to this is Buck.

While reading the book with a background in the search for gold, it goes from mastery to slavery; you will take a journey with a sociological side. Each time, you will not believe that the most lethal side of this bloody journey and cold is human ambitions with scenes full of human cruelty and ambition.

The Call of the Wild Short Summary

The dog, who is sold as a house dog and is engaged in various circumstances, may seem to be because of the wild nature conditions, but it will be much more painful when met with people. They are trained with a stick. He feels his helplessness in the face of a stick. Until the first man ripped off his carotid artery... And then John Tornton's killers don't even have the pleasure of playing with the victim in the face of death.

The dog Buck's all aggression is nothing but loyalty to the owner and his urge to live. Difficult conditions in winter and people starving the dogs will change them in time.

He goes into a battle of leadership with an aggressive dog named Spitz when he is deported to the mail cradle. Because the dogs cannot eat enough; Dogs who eat fast can eat the food of others. They're afraid of a dog named Spitz, they never make any noise. Because he is the leader of the herd and to this day he is the unbeaten dog. He sees Buck as a rival and threatens his food and place. Every time he growls, he doesn't do anything. Someday Buck's going into his nest under the snow will change things. Buck wounding Spitz with fake moves will make him go away. Since then, he is now a leader.

The Call of the Wild has some very cruel parts at times. Buck 's owners cut off their heads with an ax because they are not eating enough food and they are weak. It is not appropriate for children to read this book in periods when it is difficult to perceive death as a concept. You must be at least in high school to read this book, because of the gruesome parts. After John Tornton, he and Buck crosses paths. Buck’s owner falls to the ground when the he tries to separate the fight. Buck protects him. Buck, who earns a bet later, sets out for gold and death with the drive of victory, which attracts him and his owner.

In this time, Buck is transformed into a monster that is used to killing. Comes to the power to kill rabbits and other animals. Sometimes he plays with his prey as a toy. As the dogs who died due to cold, he almost want them to suffer...

Then he hears a sound. This voice is Call of the Wild. It comes from the depths of the forest. His eyes are visible and hidden in the dark at the same time. He hears this voice even more so when death turns a gentle cat into a killer. It is the voice of a future that has been erased from your memories. Coming from the deep and he cannot stop, Buck learnt this sound from the mankind. He learns from a master who has an eye to eye law to which a weak person with a stick is killed. He has to go through death, and near death many times.

The journey to the bottom is unknown, but Buck is the day to show loyalty. Tornton is attacked. Buck kills some of those who attack him. Buck's in the woods. And there remains of a legend left behind to the reader.

Although the divine narrator tells the reader to kill the curiosity, you find yourself in an idyllic picture. You impressively read the battle for a sociological life in which the cold and human ambitions are criticized in a subtle way. The adventure offered to the reader in sections has many memorable memories.

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