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The Call of the Wild The Call of the Wild, by Jack London, is a timeless piece of American literature. The novel follows the life of a dog named Buck as his world changes and consequently forces him to become an entirely new puppy. Cruel circumstances demand Buck to lose his carefree attitude and somewhat peaceful perspective on life. Love then moves his life also induces him to see life through fresh eyes. Ultimately, but he has to choose between the master that he enjoys or the wildness he belongs in. The novel starts on Judge Miller's property in Santa Clara Valley. Buck is the king of his domain and everybody knows it - from the lowly house dogs to the Judge's sons. However, a gardener having a betting problem soon ends Buck's relaxed life. He sells Buck so as to obtain additional cash; Buck is sent west for a sled dog and is cruelly abused on the Way. A quick learner, he adheres well to the sled dog life. His legacy also helped him to become used to the unpleasant Klondike climate. Some problems such as sore feet and a voracious appetite set him back at the start, but he speedily defeats them. Buck goes through several masters and several thousands of miles off. Along the way, he learns "The Law of Club and Fang": not battle a person that has a weapon, also once a fighting dog falls into the ground, drifting huskies quickly destroy it.  ...