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The Call of The Wild Essay

Adapting to life’s Challenges

By Ryan Lewis  

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He was a killer, a thing that preyed, living on the things that lived, unaided, alone, by virtue of his own strength and prowess, surviving triumphantly in a hostile environment where only the strong survive.”
Jack London, The Call of The Wild  

  

              As Buck goes on the everyday stroll with the very familiar gardener of the house called Manuel. Suddenly a man standing and looking around comes into view, Manuel stops and talks to the strange man. Then after a minute or so of talking, Manuel and the strange man leap and tackle Buck. They strangle and choke him until he stops fighting back, but Buck does not back down, he digs deep and keeps on fighting. As the strange mans hand comes close to Buck, Buck leaps at the hand and with all the strength he has left, he bites down into the palm of the unknown man with the red sweater with all of the strength he has left. Without turning into a primordial beast, you have no chance. In the book, The Call of The Wild, by Jack London, Buck needs to turn into a primordial beast in order to survive. 

 

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