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"Call of the Wild" Book Review Imagine if you were ripped off from your home, your life, your loved ones, and everything that was ever familiar with you, and have thrown into unpleasant, life threatening situations? Would you adapt to be able to live and survive or are you totally enveloped in the turmoil and simply give up, and then be a name unmentioned? At Jack London's book "Call of the Wild", we are taught that anyone or thing can be taken from its surroundings and hurled into a world where a person needs to learn how to live. Buck, a domesticated dog from Santa Clara Valley is pressured into the Yukon because of mans needs for his strength and endurance, to pulling a sled. Buck is faced off the bat with two options: Endure and conform to the callous, and barbarous world he is now governed by, or act as a name that is abandoned, and unable to pull himself over the water once the rapids return on him. His life begins to change into a hurry and he must use everything he's obtained, and adapt so as to get what he does not yet posses. Gradually instincts Begin to replace the rules, and the uncontrolled starts to be friendly than savage. After dollars horrible visit to a location far different from his home, he has to "learn the ropes" of his brand new planet, and conform to its rules. On his trip that the Yukon Buck is ceased in Seattle where he meets a guy in a red sweater that taught him the very first rope, "The legislation of this bar"; which teaches Buck to obey and fea...